Comfort Inn University District / Downtown
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... enjoyable. It is with mixed emotions that this trip is over. We are sad that this experience has come to an end. But, we are very anxious to rejoin family, friends, neighbors and community once again. As Dorothy once said, "There's no place like home. " Signing off. Love to you all - John & Marilyn PS: I will reissue this blog in its entirety, complete with photos, in a PDF file format. Let me know if you would like one. ...
... we were back on the road by 4:00, a lot lighter in the wallet, but grateful the repairs were done in one day.
We we drove a couple of hours across Idaho, stopped for the night and Wednesday continued across Montana. You know, we have just come from Alaska where the scenery is spectacular. But this drive across Washington, Idaho and Montana have been just as spectacular. There may not be glaciers and snow capped mountains, but the terrain changes ...
We got our bags packed . . . and checked out of the hotel just before Noon . . . we knew we would have a bit of a wait because our train would not leave until after 4:00 p.m. . . . the cab wait was longer than usual . . . about 25 minutes . . . but we were in no hurry.
We got to the train station . . . familiar territory . . . but the approach goes right by an old favorite restaurant (FX McRory's) . . . which is right across from where the ...
I loved watching them play together and I thought the "Saggin Deuces” played decent ball but were defeated in both of their Saturday games in the rain and thought Sunday might start a new trend (winning) but alas they were done after the first game. I think a late night out with some of the other ...
... my friend Alex and I decided to take my Jeep as far up near Canada as we could. We went on a bunch of random fire roads and Jeep only trails. We went along Hughes Ridge and dropped down to Hughes Meadow. We also then followed the road up as far as we could untill it dead ended. I believe that we were on the farthest northern road on Idaho before Canada. I think it was only a mile or two to the border. We stopped along ...