Ramada Spokane Valley
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Great value and neat and tidy. Great for our overnight stay.
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... tomorrow… I don’t think we saw more than 3-4 elk and no more than 10-12 bison… the other day we’d see 25-50 bison at a time… and small herds of elk… it’s like they took a day off so they can be here on the weekend for all the tour groups that start this weekend….
About 25% more of the park (ROADS) opens Saturday… As the crews continue to clear ...
... and had drinks beforehand at the bar. Jess had soup and salad and Joe had a chicken bacon and ranch pizza. We both enjoyed our dinner and had no complaints, except that Joe couldn't find the restrooms.
We then walked around "the worlds longest boardwalk" and went back to our room.
Tomorrow we travel to North Cascade NP.
... my way walkers, I need to finish this! It seemed like I was the only person running. Sometimes, I was. People were saying "Wow, you look so strong! Yeah good job!" I'd just smile and nod. Yes, I am strong, thank you. I felt really good about the fact that I listened to my body the entire time. Maybe I was conservative, I don't know, but it felt awesome. The miles ticked down. 22. I said out loud "OK. 4 more. I got this." 23. I was thinking "OK even if I run a 10 minute mile I'll ...
... stress. Since then he has lost 50 lbs. and developed a love of fitness, especially walking. Last month he walked from Issaquah to Whidbey Island (to his daughter Maria's house to visit his grandchildren). He also gave up a job with a long commute and enjoys a short trip daily from his home in Klahanie to Marianwood.
"Johann is a great inspiration to all of us at Marianwood," said Arlene ...
... be more or less the same, but today it is necessary, because there are a lot of big streets, avenues... and we have no paper maps.
We know the direction for the hotel, but we don't know where we are and where we must go to, so we decide to enter a petrol stations and look in city maps until we find the right direction. We memorise the indications to get there, and it works! It was not ...