Quality Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... thru Montana and Idaho stopping briefly at the Sunshine Mine Memorial where 91 miners were lost in a fire in 1972 Sunshine Mine Fire - United States Mine Rescue Association in Kellogg ID…
We get home-sweet-home, open the house and jump right into yard cleanup … All said and done we have 5 5-yard trailers-full of pine needles/cones and yard debris from the winter to haul away… ...
... Spokane you are bound to see a few people you know also heading home. The Bax family was on the same flight after their week in NYC. Our eye doctor and a couple dentists we know were also on the flight. On the first flight Grace made a family movie on her iPad about our family quest to get to all 50 states. She had pictures from the many trips and places we have been together. It has been a ...
... view on a small lake. It seemed to be the kind of place that families from the area (like neighbouring Spokane, WA) come to hang out for a few nights in the summer. We got the experience of seeing how the kids hang out... Not too different from the way we used to at their age really! Except we used to crank Pearl Jam and they had thumping hip hop instead... Hide and go seek, hip hop music, angry parents... You know, the ...
... be off of that bike!
As I made my way into the run transition, I heard Clark call my name. I was so excited to see him! I got ready for the run and he was on the course and I stopped to give him a quick kiss. He asked how I felt, and I told him I felt really good. It was so awesome to be able to see him and hear his encouragement.
From the second I started the run, I felt amazing. No heavy legs, any frustration that I had about the bike portion disappeared. ...
... joining her, as was Jamie. When we got there we found out only two people could jump at one time. The plane was so small and rickety, I would go as far to say it was scarier than the first time I jumped in Australia. Jamie jumped first, then it was my mom’s turn and then it was my go. I remember stepping out on the step and thinking how are we going to jump and not hit this giant bar in front of us? I knew I was supposed to lean back and I remember trying, but I was freaking ...