Holiday Inn Spokane Airport
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... miles. It goes from rich green forests to open desert plains, to rugged mountains to rolling hills with boulders and deep ravines filled with shallow rivers. There were miles and miles of barley and wheat fields. We crossed the continental divide at an elevation of 6393. At that elevation, you can only imagine driving our rigs up and down these roads. Up we maxed out at 36 mph, and coming down the signs warn of overturned trucks and offer runaway ramps. ...
... then walked off. I maybe would have offered us some, but that is just me I guess.
In the end, we were not offered any breaks, extras (some places will give you a dessert or something), or discounts. They acted like nothing happened and sent us on our way.
Oh, and the food sucked. Well mine did, Christy liked hers but I think her palette was tainted by hunger!
Day one ends on a low note... but still awesome overall!
... 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. ...
... he has ordered and is still waiting for it . . . well, wasn't that interesting!! And, I walk the other three blocks to the hotel!!
Carol wasn't up . . . but when she got up, she decided to finish off some of the items left over from last night's dinner . . . I made another trip to Starbucks for one of those caramel lattes, grande in a venti cup, extra whip and caramel drizzle on top . . . too sweet for me!! My 'need my space' friend was not there to pick ...
... may have had an impact… Or maybe the sun was in their eyes...
So the kids headed back on Sunday and I left for to spend the July 4th week in Bigfork while Billy finished the first phase of the ...
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