Hampton Inn Spokane
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... and Roberto, our intrepid bus driver. In a former life, he was Maximus Prime. Thanks too, to our fellow tour members. All were interesting and engaging. Only one who was "iffy" and you know who you are. Just kidding. I fabricated that. To the hard working Italian service people: These folks are always catering to the ever-demanding traveling public, from countless countries, speaking who knows what languages. Often times ...
... south. It took forever to get through the border, 90 minutes! The Canadians drive to Washington state for gas, groceries, etc because it is so much cheaper. But it really clogs the border.
Once we got back to the storage unit where our coaches were, we had another surprise. The ground fault circuit kicked the power out. That meant the frig switched to battery power. It ran as long as it could, then it went dead. Have you ever smelled hamburger that ...
... 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 ...
We got our bags packed . . . and checked out of the hotel just before Noon . . . we knew we would have a bit of a wait because our train would not leave until after 4:00 p.m. . . . the cab wait was longer than usual . . . about 25 minutes . . . but we were in no hurry.
We got to the train station . . . familiar territory . . . but the approach goes right by an old favorite restaurant (FX McRory's) . . . which is right across from where the ...
After the 2 ½ weeks with Susan and Eldon in Spokane we hooked up the trailer for the final leg of the journey. We decided to avoid the mountain passes and drove Route 2, a beautiful ride through Priest River, Washington, Sand Point, Idaho and Libby, Montana before returning to our favorite Valley in the country.