Knights Inn Spokane North
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... intermittently, the sky is completely overcast today. 12:30pm The first part of the journey on US Route 93 to Kalispell was un-interesting. There are quite a lot of cars using this road, probably because it leads to Missoula, one of the larger cities in Montana, But as we got to the Flathead Lake, the scenery changes. The lake is one the larger lakes in this region. We could see the Flathead National Forest on the other side and some of the mountains tops ...
... 101 south instead. The GPS didn't like that and kept trying to turn us around or get us to use inexplicable back roads, often implying we were not already on Highway 101 when it was blatantly clear from the road signage that we were in fact on Highway 101 southbound. This route did end up taking a little more time than originally planned for, but it was the unexplained stalling of traffic outside and going past Olympia that was annoying. ...
... up with 3 field trips to NR … and took over 600 pics of Roses.
On entering the photo contest at the Spokane Rose Society (at Northland Rosarium) I got a blue ribbon! And, 2 red ribbons! Not bad for an amateur!
Now I’ve got to get home and work with Kent on his Powerpoint presentation on Buck Roses as promised!
Enjoy the Roses!
Jim, Connie & Gabe and Rowdy ...
... and they had made this trip . . . to see their daughter . . . and new husband . . . she had gotten her first job with some kind of arts degree . . . at a museum in Tacoma . . . but now they live in Seattle . . . and she commutes (they have pretty good transit options between the two cities) . . . . This going out to see the daughters who have moved to the Seattle/Portland area will become a familiar theme among our dinner mates!
So we figured out Friday was the best option for “Rancho Chico” and the whole slew of us went and had a lively evening. I believe one of the reasons we love this place so much is that the staff is engaging, humorous and attentive.
For those of you who have been, you know ...