Holiday Inn Spokane Airport
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... to Bonny Lake, Washington and once again meet up with a fellow Yellowstoner to stay the night. The drive ahead of us is quite boring through Eastern Washington. Nothing but lava fields and a few sagebrush as far as the eye can see. Who knows thought, we might actually see something of special interest along the way. In any case, it will be long drive that neither Ible or I are looking forward to.
Keep calm and adventure on my friends!
... were getting bread rolls while they waiting (although I will admit that that could have been part of the meal they ordered).
Other guests were getting drinks refreshed.
We got nothing. I even asked the manager about some fried bread looking stuff a lot of people were getting cause it looked good. He knew we had been waiting an hour at that point, described how awesome the fried bread was, and how it is ...
... 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. ...
... space . . . oh, OK, I understand . . . so I gave him a little space . . . as the line moved up . . . I moved up . . . making sure I was giving him plenty of 'space' . . . now, I am thinking all kinds of unpleasant things about this AH . . . he is in kind of jogging togs . . . about 40-ish . . . well groomed . . . and apparently he doesn't realize that I know he works for Apple and I have just watched him send a secret message (oh, he thinks I am some hayseed who ...
... Spokane Hoopfest is. In its 23rd year, it is the "biggest 3-on-3 basketball tournament on Earth." Over 7,000 teams more than 20,000 more than 3,000 volunteers, 225,000 fans and 450 courts spanning 42 city blocks! As a "career event person" I have marveled not only at the enormity of it but the remarkable organization of it. It is a well-oiled machine. The planning begins two weeks after ...