Ramada Spokane Valley
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Great value and neat and tidy. Great for our overnight stay.
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... Colorado campus where the camp is hosted and Jack will be staying. As we continued south on 85 towards Denver we passed lots of argriculture. Corn, pinto beans, hay, beets, dairy cows and beef cattle. There were also lots of oil pumps among the fields. It seemed four out of five restaurants along this road are Mexican, and the fifth is Chinese. We did not stop to eat. Closer to Denver now ...
... degrees, but that’s too hot for the iron. An inattentive blacksmith’s work can be destroyed if there are "too many irons in the fire." Cowboys, cattlemen, Blacksmiths and Volunteers are among the many caretakers of this magnificent ranch so very much a part of our American Pioneer History… And, always a must stop in our travels …
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... tons of people going uphill as I always do, but on any flats or downhills, I just get passed like crazy. It was extremely frustrating at first to see all of the people that I worked so hard to beat in the water fly by me now on the bike. It got a little demoralizing to be passed, over and over and over. I tried to stay positive, which was easier after my headache subsided, and even easier the closer I got to the end, but staying positive for 7.5 hours is hard! I was so ...
... my mom, but the weather was ****** so it got moved to Sunday morning. I don’t really remember what we did Saturday, but I am sure it was fun. I know for dinner we went over to Jamie’s parents house for a bbq. They were very nice and I got to meet her brother too. Sunday morning we were up at the crack of dawn and on our way to Rittzville to jump out of a plane.
My dad bought my mom a skydive for her birthday, but he had no interest in going. I was easily ...
... day we'll go back for that. Running/biking was definitely a better way to really take in northern Idaho than to quickly drive through.
The last day of the run, Steve was in pain. The accumulation of the days had worn on him but he had another 10 miles to go. Steve and Rusty trudged along. I parked the RV by some crazy looking power station, hoping the cops wouldn't be called for fear of a terrorist threat. Unfortunately, that is a sign of the times we are ...