Oxford Suites Spokane Valley
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Quick note: I was able to add photos to the Fife day.
We awoke to 46 degrees so our plans to eat at the outdoor pavilion in the park were quickly discarded. I prefer not to have to wear a coat to breakfast. This is Susan's birthday so we HAD to eat out. The names here are so descriptive. We drove from Glacier to Hungry Horse where we stopped at Elk horn Cafe where we had huckleberry soda, a huge portion of cinnamon roll French ...
... 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 ...
... at us in the face. We stopped in for a quick bite to eat before getting back on the road and it was spectacular. It was almost as good as the Saturdays that I was allowed to eat BK and make fry sandwiches with chicken fingers when I was younger (don't ask). After a drive through Idaho and seeing about 35 signs for the Clark Fork, we celebrated when reaching Washington with a sushi dinner before calling it a night in Spokane Valley. One more day to ...
... car and we get in. He driver pulls away and starts to speak into a microphone but we cannot hear anything he is saying. It doesn't matter; it gives us a break from walking and one of us even snoozes a bit. It isn't me. The road is bumpy at times but there seems to be a constant breeze which adds to the enjoyment of the ride. Too soon it is over and we get off. The car is a short distance away so Boomer is ...
... I gather everything up. "Here it is. I will put it where is should be." "Yes do that," Heidi says.
I get back into the car and we head northward. No road trip is allowed to start without a stop at Tim's. Besides, this is the last Tim Horton's stop till we return to Canada on Friday. It is a definite must. Boomer is not happy with this decision and tells us every other block or so to turn left, then take the first right. ...