Courtyard By Marriott Spokane
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Shopping at the Saturday Market.
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Worship together at United Lutheran Church with a potluck lunch following. We got to see so many people. It was great!
Drove to Portland.
Supper and fun with Ben, Molly, and Liam. Annie and I worked for Twin Cities Habitat for Humanity with Ben. He and Molly’s little boy, Liam, and Teddy had ...
... revealed to us more of their fair city. HA! What am I going to do with a pocket full of Euros back in Spokane? Just a tip... if any of you cabbies come to Spokane to work, to get us from our South Martin house to Rite-Aid, you shouldn't need to access I-90. Twice. To the weather Gods: We had absolutely perfect weather on this trip. What more can one ask? To the internet: What a useful tool! This alone saved me countless ...
... south. It took forever to get through the border, 90 minutes! The Canadians drive to Washington state for gas, groceries, etc because it is so much cheaper. But it really clogs the border.
Once we got back to the storage unit where our coaches were, we had another surprise. The ground fault circuit kicked the power out. That meant the frig switched to battery power. It ran as long as it could, then it went dead. Have you ever smelled hamburger that ...
... is the Key Arena . . . a dated appearing venue . . . where the Seattle Sonics (basketball) used to play . . . before moving to Oklahoma . . . they call the area 'Seattle Center' . . . it also includes some other public items, like a museum, but the center piece is the Seattle Space Needle left over from the 1962 World's Fair. I took a photo of it being behind the Key Arena. We took the kids there many years ago on trip to Seattle!
On my walk I went to ...
... good when staying with friends who know we do not need to be entertained and love it when they are comfortable doing everything they need and want to do - even with someone (us) sitting at their dining room table or on their living room sofa... We love that and oddly enough we had obligations too and they make it easy for us to go about doing what we needed to as well.