Ramada At Spokane Airport
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It was a pretty exhausting day of traveling from Boston to Spokane. We left the house around 1pm for the 4:20pm flight to Denver. Then changed flight at Denver which left after 10pm local time and got to Spokane just before mid-night. It was cold and raining in Spokane, in the 50's. Thankfully we packed warmer clothes and had to pull them out after …
... the water, and while it was cold, I was expected a lot colder. Still no way I would get in it.
Kind of makes me wonder if anyone does raft down this. It seems way way to rough for anyone to get through it. Just look at the videos below to see what I mean (It was windy, so the videos are loud, sorry!).
Video #1 - The Kootenai River
Video #2 - The Kootenai Falls
Back to the trail to head back to ...
... us at the door, and her usual talkativeness was all whines and whimpers as we gave her lots of love...we loved that greeting! Thanks to my sister Moira's sweet kids, the house and garden were in really good shape, and we had a nice Welcome Home poster. Dan and I took a quick look at home and went to bed, happily exhausted at the end of a great vacation. We were so glad for the chance to see all the amazing places we did, and would hardly have changed a thing ...
... go, so, Greg headed for the ferry landing and soon we were on the ferry to West Seattle. From there, our GPS took us to Everett, Washington, so we could finally begin our journey on US Highway 2, as Greg has been planning for years. The topography changed dramatically from mountain scenery, (the Cascades), to farmland, to desert. It took awhile, through a number of small towns, which slowed us up a bit, but we are now in Spokane. Pictures tell the ...
... we were off to Spokane to check out Riverfront Park while also on the hunt for groceries and a yarn shop. I did some research before we left Missoula and found a place called Paradise Fibers that we absolutely had to check out. During the drive to Spokane, we needed to stop so I could go to the lady's room. We passed through Mullen, Idaho, a classic small town with it's own empty football field. Strangely enough, none of the gas stations were open (and looked ...