Fairfield Inn Spokane Downtown
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... to see Paul and Cheryl, folks we met at the Luther 500 event in Germany a few years ago. They have a two year old granddaughter so they’re used to choppy visiting also.
Next we went to see Emily, that is Dr. Emily. She’s been such a great help to us, as she is a wonderfully smart and caring pediatrician, and she talks us down when we’re convinced Teddy is seriously sick or injured. We have texted her A LOT of pictures and questions about ...
... sweetie. The best part of this trip was being with you. ;-) To Bobbie & Marty Salina: No better travel companions on this planet. Adventuresome, flexible, generous, genuine, and an energy inspiration. Thank you Salt Solutions! ("Salina" Italian translation - I kid you not!) To Rick Steves: His "My Way" tour was the perfect combination of set transportation/lodging and unencumbered free time. Also thanks to Laura, our ...
... on the roads in this area.
There are also a lot of little communities all over. Pods of houses scattered around, and some really nice "I hate you rich people" houses up on mountains and stuff.
After a couple of hours, we finally got to Columbia Falls and our first hotel for the trip. The Western Inn right on the edge of Glacier Park (you can see my thoughts on the hotel in tomorrows blog).
... br> We had a bagel at Big Bang Bagels in Fernie and they, and the coffee were mighty fine. The crossing into the USA was without hassle, much to our surprise. Pleasant drive through Idaho, went over Ryans Bridge, into Washington and arrived at Spokane in the evening. Had a good value dinner at the Mirabeau Park Hotel - half price bottle of wine - ...
... pace across this washboard field, about a 15 degree downhill picking up speed as he went across, trying his level best to keep the rubber down and to stop before the trees. He was unsuccessful! With too much speed to scrub Tristan went off into the trees, endo'd and came to rest having taken out a sign. With little more hurt than his pride, we ventured on down the mountain after collecting ourselves. Moving along at a brisk pace was fun. That fun became ...