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TravelPod Member ReviewsFairbridge Inn Express Spokane
I just needed a place to crash in Spokane when I got off my late arriving flight into GEG. My only complaint was most of the parking spaces seem to be "compact spot" spaces, so the bigger vehicles that were there made it difficult for me to find a good spot where I wasn't hitting other vehicles with my doors. But it was clean and had a good breakfast and good internet access. I would gladly stay there again.
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No complaints today! Our flight to Spokane arrived a few minutes ahead of schedule and the best part of the day was mom getting "TSA pre-approved" so she skipped through the line and the security guys were really patient while dad and I scooted through. We picked up the rental car...the phrase "NEVER say never" popped ...
Before I produce this latest post of our blog let me just get something straight. This post was intended to be uploaded last night (October 4th). At our friend's house we had no access to any wi-fi and therefore could not update the blog like I had planned. so what you will be reading now is going to be a bit out of date, even though the date on the entry says otherwise. I will however be putting up another, up to date, post once I upload this ...
... the water, and while it was cold, I was expected a lot colder. Still no way I would get in it.
Kind of makes me wonder if anyone does raft down this. It seems way way to rough for anyone to get through it. Just look at the videos below to see what I mean (It was windy, so the videos are loud, sorry!).
Video #1 - The Kootenai River
Video #2 - The Kootenai Falls
Back to the trail to head back to ...
... a photo of it for the sake of being able to say I made it this time.
We had been very close, but we didn't have time to ask people (I spent over an hour asking directions and getting blank stares before someone sent me in the right direction).
Along the way I'd seen these things pumping and decided it would be appropriate to photograph them too:
I think I slept soundly until about midnight, then off and on until my alarms went off at 3:30am. Before a race, especially before a triathlon, I try to walk myself through the event, step-by-step, visualizing what I will do, and picturing it all happening perfectly. I find that this helps to calm me, and actually helps me troubleshoot things that might come up before they happen. It builds a lot of confidence to see yourself get ...