Oxford Suites Spokane Valley
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Microwave in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... of Coeur d'Alene, it looked like a wonderful place to live, or at least vacation to. As we boarded the boat for the 90 minute cruise, it struck us as to how similar the experience was to boarding the Mt Washington for a cruise around Lake Winnipesaukee. Everything was just a little newer, but the lake and mountains were beautiful, and the houses around the lake were beautiful too. While there were a lot of ...
... br> Once we made it to the summit, there was an opportunity for a wonderful scenic overlook of Lewiston, but it looked a little dicey with all the road construction, so we missed out on the opportunity for a picture. Besides, we were still searching for iced coffee. Once we came down the other side of the mountain, the scenery had changed dramatically. US-195N was called the Palouse Scenic Byway, but after the Idaho Scenic Byways we ...
... huckleberry sauce. Pictures will follow if we can get a good signal again. The lady there gave Susan a big chocolate chip cookie for her birthday.
we head out at 9:30 at 64 degrees. It is a beautiful day in Big Sky Country. We try to take back roads. We saw wheat and hay fields. We drive in the Flat head lake area. It resembles Lake Tahoe with a big lake surrounded by mountains. There is extreme fire danger here. We pass ...
... out in the middle of nowhere and running out of gas. Wyoming and Montana are desolate at times! I drove through Billings, Bozeman, and Missoula, and made a point to drive into Missoula because I'd heard great things about it. It seems very cool, like a fun college town up against the mountains. It rained off and on for a fair part of the drive through Montana, so the clouds were low and covered some of the views, but I was able to ...
... rich in foliage and birdlife. We encountered a wide range of birds and animals including muskrat, moose, heron, swan, stork, and a host of colorful smaller birds.
The day ended at a late dinner meeting with Debbie and Ruth, comparing notes and coming up with more ideas to be considered in the days ahead. Tomorrow, Ruth and Debbie head home, and Scott and I head to Spokane to consider several promising walk options ...