Courtyard By Marriott Spokane
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... lunch. We had an Indian waitress that hung by our table and asked lots of questions, all I wanted to do was eat so we were ready to board. We paid our bill in cash to escape as quick as possible. She obviously felt more comfortable talking to me than to Will. She said nothing to him. Our flight was only slightly delayed so that was good, I was even able to sleep for the first couple hours once I settled ...
... in the New Deal. Today, few Americans would recognise his name.
War and retirement stopped MacDonald from seeing his grand vision implemented but he was its instigator and designer, devising the naming system for the roads and allocating the numbers. This includes the number 66 given to the road from Chicago to California and made famous by John Steinbeck in his novel The Grapes of Wrath and later by the Rolling Stones in song. Even ...
... border people again wanted to look very closely at us. You can understand that, of course.
Jon drove for a while towards Seattle, then I took over again until we were about 40 miles out of Seattle. I was too tired and slept while Jon drove the next four hours or so and we got to Spokane in time for breakfast.
What a great lot of memories that weekend has given both of us.
... a group decked out with downhill bikes, with knee, elbow, neck, and breast protection as well as full face helmets. We had our nice light quarter helmets perfect for a cross country ride. And gloves. Fingerless gloves. Actually, Tristan had gloves and I didn't. We kept up with these folks pretty well. Actually Tristan overtook one of the riders as we reached an opening. Unfortunately his effluvia got the better of him at that point of time as he was ...
Though mining and mineral wealth has driven the economy for most of the past 140 years, spilling over into Spokane, where wealthy mine owners preferred to live, timber and logging also played a huge part in the development of the area.
Bob talked also about the role playing he does for visitors, dressing in period costume and taking on the persona of notable characters from the early days ...