Hampton Inn Spokane
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... found it, was sufficient to entice us to steer the Elephant onto the I-5 or any other Interstate. We wound our way north through the mountains on the little used back roads. The pictures and captions tell the story of our week but by Sunday the 10th of August, we were in Spokane Washington planning our route to Canada without using a single mile of interstate but at least remembering the remarkable man whose vision and design helped to shape modern America.
Itinerary: "7/12/2014 Saturday Seattle to Spokane Start your tour with a scenic drive through the lush forestlands of the Pacific Northwest to the Columbia River Plateau. En Route, visit the impressive Grand Coulee Dam, the largest concrete dam in the US and the third largest electric power producing facility in the world. Nearby view Dry Falls which is thought to have once been the largest waterfall in the world; hard to believe when ...
... like I probably should have. I couldn't see the little man from my seat, but prayed he was doing ok on the free snacks and drinks. I wondered how long he had been traveling, and how he had gotten along so far while not being able to understand any English.
We were graced with a little bit of sleep...actually Dan slept for maybe 3 hours on our flight, and I got about 1 1/2 hours. Dan could see little puffs of fireworks below as we descended to Sea-Tac. We ...
... s just who I am.
I've already met many nice people out here in Washington state. I'm going to have some business cards made up with info about the tour website because everyone keeps asking about it.
I really appreciate the kind wishes by everyone on Facebook and through emails. You're not following me, you're all pushing me along like a strong tailwind. Thank You.
... 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 ...