Courtyard By Marriott Spokane
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... are quite protective to their country. We stopped at Bellevue near Seattle and saw the cosy apartment from Lucy and Peter. We continued towards Spokane, further to east in Washington state. For most of the time we could see only dry and flat land covered in the haze of smoke from near forest fires i guess. The room we rented in Spokane was really nice and spacious for the price we paid (two bedroom appartment for 88 ...
... was absolutely perfect! Good food, good beer, great company, and phenomenal service.
And we were lucky enough to score some seats at one of the only two fire pits they had available for their outdoor seating. Needless to say, the combination of all these things made our experience quite unforgettable.
After we all had our fill of food and drink, we proceeded back to our lodgings for much needed sleep. Now, tomorrow we are going to ...
When we got back to the parking lot there was someone ahead of us for food so we waited on a nearby bench. The lady running the food stand was being very friendly and the guy ordering was being lame.
It was something like this...
DudeBro "Hey my buddy has my wallet in the truck. You can just start cooking our food and I'll pay when he gets here"
Forest Hostess "Sure, not a problem. That is a ...
21 April, the Last day of the Days of Unleavened Bread was also the last day of Mark Mickelson's visit to Ghana and Togo.
In his sermon on this High Sabbath, Mark spoke on why we count to Pentecost from a day in the midst of Days of Umleavened Bread.
He explained that when we count to 50, we are looking forward to freedom from such things as spiritual ignorance, hopelessness and sin. He said Christ's ministry was like a Jubilee and Pentecost should portray to us this true ...
... anyway because although my bike is a cross country bike, at least it is full suspension. Tristan's bike is a rigid rear so his bike skips and shudders the entire way down. The terrain was rocky and rutted, making it difficult to keep tires in contact with the soil. Downhill bikes are made to deal with this punishment and their suspension soaks up the bumps and keeps the bikes controllable. I digress. We headed down B-Line and were doing quite well. We were ...