Ramada Spokane Valley
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16 October Wednesday
After some great weather in Waterton Lake the snow came down and it was a bit tricky for the first part of our drive to Spokane. This was to be the longest drive of our trip, around 570km, and we were hoping it wouldn't snow for too long. Luckily the weather improved as we headed west driving through Pincher Creek, Fernie …
... up with 3 field trips to NR … and took over 600 pics of Roses.
On entering the photo contest at the Spokane Rose Society (at Northland Rosarium) I got a blue ribbon! And, 2 red ribbons! Not bad for an amateur!
Now I’ve got to get home and work with Kent on his Powerpoint presentation on Buck Roses as promised!
Enjoy the Roses!
Jim, Connie & Gabe and Rowdy ...
... thru Montana and Idaho stopping briefly at the Sunshine Mine Memorial where 91 miners were lost in a fire in 1972 Sunshine Mine Fire - United States Mine Rescue Association in Kellogg ID…
We get home-sweet-home, open the house and jump right into yard cleanup … All said and done we have 5 5-yard trailers-full of pine needles/cones and yard debris from the winter to haul away… ...
... No dogs were allowed on the beach but we were able to take her out to play a little further down where there was less beach access.
There are very wealthy and very poor parts of town, and our RV park seems to be closer to the latter. The majority of this park is occupied by permanent tenants - hence the photo of the RV with the tractor parked out front! On our drive tonight we followed an older man with an odd bumper sticker - yep, that says ...
... there and it is a larger city that Sandpoint. about 40k i think. As i approached it I noticed the development more and the loss of nature more. Alongside with the fact that there was a place like Six Flags right down the road with it. Instantly I could tell I wouldnt like it as much.
I pulled into core da lane.(easier to type it that way) and saw it was just a basic toruist city on Lake Core Da Lane. It had a "strip" with shops, dining etc. ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsRamada Spokane Valley Veradale
Great value and neat and tidy. Great for our overnight stay.
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