Ramada Limited Suites Spokane
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...and some neat looking ball-like plants that they planted along the edges
The Lilac Garden was not in bloom so ...
... 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 ...
... with a train of covered grain hoppers pulled by three locomotives built in the late 1970s and early 1980s. Two of the locomotives were SD-40Ts aka Tunnel Motors because there were designed for use by Southern Pacific in the snow sheds and tunnels over Donner Pass. The third locomotive was an even older SD-40. Mary's Version As I've already said, we had yummy omelets for breakfast, and the 4 of us sat and talked for awhile. But it was soon ...
... open . . . so I walked down to find out . . . but on the way passed another (newer) venue, The Lodge, . . . a sort of upscale sports bar. Lots of wood, a rustic feel, and large booths . . . and not too busy at 2:00 p.m.!! I got a menu to show Carol.
Upon return, I took some pictures of the gussied up King Street Station . . . and this place has had quite a make-over since being here in 2008!! They have painted the place bright white, cleaned, repaired, or ...
... room & dining room would make it even more incredible.
I, too, had received a phone call in early June from a my friend Debbie explaining that another mutual friend, Christie, wanted to talk to me about a project. Christie had just made through the 3rd phase of the interview process with "Shark Tank" and was hoping for some input.
Christie and her husband Paul had ...