Comfort Inn University District / Downtown
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... to the model trains lining the walls as Choo-Choo trains. I think you have to be a Lafrance to understand. As it was later in the day than expected, we drove non stop the rest of the way to Spokane. Aside from the occasional downpour, one short stretch of construction, a really gusty section of road, and tumbleweeds from apparently out of nowhere, the drive was quite pleasant. We even got to drive under one of the most brilliant rainbows ...
... get to the bottom of its problems. And then the clutch adjustment kept going away.
Still we were motoring and we had a solid initial run out of Spokane late on Saturday afternoon until we came to this rest area:
On we drive, keeping up a fair pace despite the carburettor problem. We reckoned that it would be okay to stop somewhere about 60 miles before Seattle and we found a Rest Area in just the ...
... in the hotel. Walked around Riverfront Park. All of us went into a stock car simulator by the IMAX Theater. The Imax was closed today. All of us walked by some of the Park Trails, past the Spokane Falls, the Clock Tower from 1974 Expo. Took some pictures of The Looff Carasousel . We walked to the River Park Square, had dinner at Red Robin. Great Cobb salad & burgers. Nice ...
... of cascades drops the river through powerhouses, beneath a plethora of delightful footbridges, onto the western edge of the historic district.
The river and a series of parks give downtown Spokane a relaxed blend of urban and rural, and we had no trouble crafting a pleasing, multi-faceted 6-mile walk from elements of the local club's walk route, highlights of Gonzaga University, the Centennial Trail, the ...
... bread and bagels. Haven't had time to try them yet.[ We passed another Wheat Montana outside Missoula.] As we passed up the road for the bakery we see the farm of Wheat Montana. I have no idea how far we could see but it was long rolling hills of wheat, so beautiful even at this time of year. Miles and miles of wheat on this one ranch.
We drove through Helena to see the capital, not a good view. This is a small town for a capital.