Comfort Inn Spokane North
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- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
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We will leave Canada for a while and see some beauty at their famous neighbouring country. Well the difference could be observed on borders already. We had to pull over and visit the immigration office, so the officer could process visit visa for me and Robby. Some people's cars were thoroughly checked. Our was just searched for the fruit we confessed to have. On apple without a sticker was confiscated. Well let's say ...
... Panhandle was such a thrill from the natural sights alone.
Anywho, after our scenic drive we finally made it to Spokane in one piece. shortly after settling in with our friends we decided that we should experience a bit of the night life while we were all in town. Our destination was the No-Li Brew House (Northern Lights). Two breweries in one day?!? Not bad at all if I do say so myself. The one thing that I would say about No-Li is ...
... to some prerace music that I felt would calm me a bit as we drove. The sunrise was beautiful, pinks and oranges with fog still lingering on the pine-covered mountains. We arrived to the transition area at exactly the time I wanted to get there: just before 5am. Parking was a breeze. Transition closed at 6:15am, so I had plenty of time to get situated before the start of the race at 6:35am.
My first order of business was to get ...
... but Lance did it and we had dinner on the table by 6:30. This was very important because ice cream with Yogi started at 7:00 and we didn't want to miss that. After vanilla and huckleberry ice cream it was still pretty warm out so Lance and I went back and hung out at the picnic table in the shade and not long after we started to feel a nice cool evening breeze. Pam and Bill played a round of mini golf - Pam got a hole-in-one on the first hole ...
... his skin.
The next day was a little more wholesome. We stayed at camp and went for a walk to the lake and up to the 'wilderness' campsite. It was nice to hear Katie and Matt reminiscing about all the good (and hard) times they spent here and seeing their old haunts. There was still no snow falling and most of the old snow was washing away with the days of rain, but there was some ice on the lake and ...