Fairfield Inn Spokane Downtown
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... BC. We enjoyed our time on board seeing Alaska but we both really missed being on the road in our coach.
After disembarking, we hopped on to a coach bus for transport to the Vancouver Airport. From there, we took a shuttle back to the hotel where we had left our car. Our car was covered with sap from the maple tree we had parked under. It looked like the entire car had been dipped in a clear syrup and it sparkled! The bees loved it. In the car, ...
Anyway, BACK ON THE ROAD!!
Lots and lots of driving now.
Something we are not used to, being from Washington, is that Montana road sides are filled with little white crosses. They are there in memory of victims of traffic accidents. It is pretty scary how many there are. We drove for a couple of hours and I swear we were seeing at least one every 30 seconds or so.
Kind of sad that so many ...
... time as Seattle (4:40 p.m. PDST) . . . then they hook the cars to the Seattle train in Spokane for the rest of the trip to Chicago.
I took the last things over to the UPS store for shipping back . . . to lighten the load and make things a little easier for getting bags on and off the train. This was the most convenient location yet to the UPS store . . . only a block from the hotel!
Afterwards, I made one last walk around my neighborhood . . . a ...
... her backyard "pet" chipmunks (they know them by name!) in amazing miniature human settings (which they designed and fabricated) I believe has a universal appeal. Their sole purpose for the project is to fund favorite non-profits! (which is part of the reason I was there.)
... as what we'd just been travelling through, but plains narrowing to hills so we were in a kind of gorge. This opened out to fields of wheat. There were just acres and acres of grain, and plenty of tractors harvesting. The gold colour looked amazing against the blue of the sky, so hopefully at least one of my photos comes out. It's not the easiest taking photos from the back of a fast moving motorbike... After driving ...