Crossland Economy Studios - Spokane - Valley
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... foot RV and no real working air-conditioning? I'll trade somebody the washer and dryer for a decent working air-conditioning unit.
Arrived at Spokane - 108 degrees. Isn't supposed to be cooler the farther north you go?
We ate at this hole in the wall Vietnamese restaurant. Hot, pitiful little a/c unit. Huge portions, ...
... along this path was spectacular, and the ride was even better. Rides along roads that follow rivers through canyons are always a treat because the twist and turn with the river direction, but don't usually go up and down much. This makes for faster riding, with speeds from 55 - 65 mph for most of the ride, with a few slow downs to 45 in a tight turn. We saw lots of other bikes on the road in the other direction.
We stopped ...
... flank steak. Both were treats to the palate. Jim, our nephew-of-sorts is a GREAT cook. Daniel, Godson number two, is on his way to be a fine cook also.
We visited the rest of the evening away, with plans to watch Andrew's game and make cookies on the morrow.
We slept well and after a quick breakfast we were off to the field. The game was a tie at two all and was a treat for us to watch, not having ...
This morning was very relaxing. I woke up early and just took my time getting ready to head into CDA. I got to Ironman Village around 11am and got checked in. Now that I have some official IM gear I feel like a real Ironman! Almost:) It was pretty crowded, and so many things were going on, and I was happy to get in and get out.
I headed down to the water to scope it out and take some pictures. It was fairly ...
... the lake, serenaded by a local musician. We’re considering a pre-dinner happy hour social time on the terrace overlooking the lake on the second evening. Dinner on Day 3 would be in the ballroom, followed by a dessert cruise on the lake. Our farewell dinner would be in the ballroom again. Fun stuff!
While Ruth and Debbie were busy with the hotel staff yesterday, Scott and I headed east to review ...