Ramada Moses Lake
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The room is comfortable and the staff are helpful. They made an excellent recommendation for supper - Michael's on the Lake. They also had yummy cookies in the lobby when we arrived! We have yet to experience their breakfast buffet. The room could use some attention, though. The microwave is missing the small wheeled circle that supports the turntable as it turns. There was a partially used hand lotion bottle on the sink, rather than a fresh one, and the recliner won't recline, the seat sags, and the armrests are torn. But other than those little things, it's a pretty nice room.
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We have reached the end of June and are now in Washington!
This morning, we walked about Sandpoint a bit before we left. It is a quaint little town of about 7,000 people that swells with tourists to the nearby lake in the short summer season. It is (was) also home to the now bankrupt Coldwater Creek company. We stopped at a Military …
<ul><li> I really had to pee and i thought might as well get gas so i paid $17.79 or gas.</li><li>I checked on my food i had two sandwiches and a cup of noodle left so i decided to jsut get a bag of ice which was $4 and then I was back on the ...
We pulled into Moses Lake, WA about 2pm. We plan to stay at Marty, Lisa's brothers’ house.
Originally we had planned to get here on 7/9, but in an effort to stay in front of several tornado storms we made it across northern US much faster than we expected. Even after a couple of rest days along the way, we both feel really tired and are anxious to just sit and visit for a week or ...
... he was! I guess that he has to make his own amusement ! it must be lonely driving long distance trucks.
Tomorrow we will drive through Spokane , and across Idaho into Montana. We hope to stop in Arlee to see the temple of the 1000 Buddhas, and then we will decide if we want to go to Glacier National Park before going back down south to Stevensville to see Ralph's aunt and uncle.
On Saturday, as planned, we hit the road west. Not the west of Horace Greeley, mind you, but close enough. Before departure, we had a small "wave" of a problem, however. The front driver's side turn signal bulb looked to be burned out. It was a Saturday, as I said, so unknowingly I drove out to the local Ford dealer and found that they were, in fact, surprisingly, open!
A fine young mechanic type found that it was not the ...