Crossland Economy Studios - Spokane - Valley
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Our trip from Yakima went fine. The Tablet/GPS found the Godsons' house easily. We parked in the street where we had power and a pretty level house site.
All were happy to see us. Daniel, age 14, had more time to visit, but Andrew, age 16 was a busy guy, what with social obligations and soccer play and refereeing to be done. Everyone, including Lisa, Jim and both boys, was at home for our arrival dinner of Mahi Mahi ...
... the trailer wile she was in the Apple store for a hour and a half!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! (I am good with right hand turns with the trailer) Beceuse they are one-way streets. Ate at Outback Steakhouse goog salad. Found an OK campsite for the night, did not get there till 23:30 ...
... is a windy and amazing drive. Two miles into the park and we turned a tight corner only to see a gigantic bison taking a stroll on our side of the road. Jaclyn reacted similarly to the way that she did when we were in Daufuskie and witnessed wild turkey while in the golf cart. I drove up next to the bison and paused to take in the moment and she was on the edge of her seat. She sternly stated, "Well you're not just going to stop here are you?!" ...
... and pay for them. I will save a my money for Seattle.
Next we head for one of the larger Malls in Spokane, Northtown, it's called. We wander through some of the shops, including JC Penney and then decide we need to have some lunch. There is a small food court and we both find something to our liking. Lunch finished, next stop is Kohl's. This time even I find some tops to buy. Macy's will have to wait ...
The car is packed and Boomer is programmed and sitting on his perch ready to direct us toward the US border and Spokane. We sit into the car and pull out our passports to have them ready for the border guard. The border is only a few minutes away so it's best to be ready. I panic because I cannot find my debit card. I used it yesterday to pay for lunch so where the heck did I put it? I start rummaging through my purse but ...