Holiday Inn Spokane Airport
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The trip started out with a runny nose (thank god for dayquil) and even runnier weather. The rain was pouring and accurately reflected my mood. If I hadn't of run out of tears, I don't think I could have started the drive on time. Not exactly how I imagined my final departure. It's funny how every sight and sound has slowed down to a precise second in time as if to capture a bubble before it pops. ...
The Swinging Bridge
This trail was a bit longer with a few more ups and downs. Eventually we got to the swinging bridge and it was basically a slim wooden bridge that traversed the water about 50ft or so above. It was supported by lots of rope and steel cables so it looked pretty sturdy.
For the record, they only recommend a couple of people at a time on it. Two adults and a kid or two seemed fine. In ...
... to see the Asian man being wheeled off by a happy granddaughter and great-grandson (maybe), who would see he got something good to eat. I was too slow and self-conscious to catch up with the "skull mom", but I had wanted to tell her what a great job she was doing as a mom and just as a person. I hope the Chinese grandpa likes America, because it can be a pretty good place.
Finally at 11 pm, we started our last little hop home to Spokane on a very full plane. ...
... time has been spent getting down and dirty. The wrecking yard has helped out with the parts, the van has resisted some of the work we've had to do but as of Thursday evening we're confident we'll have it up and running Friday midday or so.
If that's right there'll soon be some pics of the drive to Seattle and Vancouver Id.
... I went again. My, oh, my was it fun. On my trip up the lift I spoke with the two traveling on the lift with me. They said "I didn't think they would let you on the mountain without a full face helmet at least". After my second blast down the mountain, I was happy to have avoided injury and headed back to the room to clean up and check out at our delayed departure of 12:30. It was then time to beat a path towards Alaska if we had any likelihood of making it there at ...