Quality Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking hotel
- Swimming pool
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... le new air mattress!" (and the daily showers are not so bad either).
Holly is making a quick trip home (and then back) out of Seattle in a few days, so we’ve decided to start heading in that direction this Friday morning. So off we go with Coeur d’Alene, Idaho as a projected terminus for today’s leg. Based on the worsening air quality early in the drive, it looks like we’re headed directly for the wildfires. Stay ...
... then we’re on the way home…
Today turned into a beautiful day… clear, crisp, and starting to warm up… as I write this… the door on the RV is open and warm… How nice…
Everyone needs to understand that Yellowstone is a huge Volcano that erupted some millions of years ago… and later collapsed creating a huge caldera that’s many of ...
... 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 ...
... seconds, then pulled it together. I saw some females ahead of me that I decided I wanted to catch. I have never felt so good at the end of a marathon, and I did not expect to feel weightless as I finished this Ironman. But I did. It just felt like everything in my body was working together perfectly, and I enjoyed every second. The closer I got, the more I let my emotions take over. I really did sprint it in, then slowed down to yell and high five and celebrate with the crowd. ...