Ramada Limited Suites Spokane
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... a takeoff on the Oscars. Award categories included folks still Volkswalking in their 80s, people who have traveled to all seven continents with WAI, and a special "costume" award for my old friend Donna Silver. Donna's luggage was lost on the way to Spain several years ago, and although the rest of us finally got our suitcases a week after we arrived, hers didn't show up until ...
... 2. We will be camping at the 'big climb' at Holme Moss This video gives advice for visitors (and is a much watch): https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=p layer_embedded&v=j3h-hE-4X4Q I'm taking part in a crit on Friday, 4th of July in my hometown of Huddersfield. Check out the ...
... because he was positive we'd be getting a bunch of wind from a storm that wasn't exactly supposed to hit us. Suddenly it was dark and incredibly windy. We were all frantically running around our campsite and the guys were just about to start setting up the second tent when they yelled that they were packing it in. We all quickly threw everything we could in the car and in Fergie and I's tent and took shelter inside. That storm quite literally kicked our butts! There's ...
... Idaho, Oregon and Washington, long before Lewis and Clark's expedition. They hunted, fished and gathered roots and berries of the high plateaus, as well as traveled the Snake, Clearwater and Columbia Rivers. With the arrival of Lewis and Clark's expedition in 1805, the lives of the Nez Perce were dramatically altered. White settlements ushered in a period of tumultuous change. Treaties were broken, resulting in a war in 1877 between the ...
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Issaquah Resident Johann Neethling to walk
From Spokane to Issaquah
ISSAQUAH, WA (June 26, 2012) – Issaquah resident Johann Neethling is undertaking a huge challenge – walking 300 miles from Spokane to Seattle.