Red Lion River Inn
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... safe and healthy. And, for distracting the infamous Italian pick pocketeers. To Marilyn - her persistent encouragement and powers of persuasion tricked me into doing this. It was long overdue. She has always loved to travel - me, not so much. She worked tirelessly doing research, scouting activities, scheduling everything. She even took Italian lessons. My job: stay out of the way - do nothing to impede progress on this deal. ...
After a busy day in port in Juneau, we were back at sea. We really love cruising. We eat, play lots of cards, try our luck at Bingo, gamble a bit in the casino, eat, watch the ice carving and fruit and vegetable carving demonstrations, eat and I think Nick manages to see every show offered. I, on the other hand, seldom stay awake long enough to go to any of the evening shows.
It was bittersweet leaving the Coral Princess on Saturday morning ...
... is the Key Arena . . . a dated appearing venue . . . where the Seattle Sonics (basketball) used to play . . . before moving to Oklahoma . . . they call the area 'Seattle Center' . . . it also includes some other public items, like a museum, but the center piece is the Seattle Space Needle left over from the 1962 World's Fair. I took a photo of it being behind the Key Arena. We took the kids there many years ago on trip to Seattle!
On my walk I went to ...
... guests of ours at the O'Duachain during our B&B years. She lives only 20 minutes from Susan and Eldon so I was able to meet with them and get to low-down on their project, plans and promotion. They've got a great product and their company "Friendchips" 2014 Chipmunk Calendar. It is quite remarkable really, what she has done to create this product. With no photo-shop use whatsoever - ...
... We saw a huge herd of ranched buffalo. We entered the Bitterroot Mountain Range. We found Plains. We found Paradise. We missed a turnoff. We picnicked by what we think was the Clark Fork (river). We came again into what I dubbed "stereotypical Montana scenery": the river, the rocks, the aspens, the pines, the mountains, the blue sky.
We peaked the Bitterroot Range (at Lookout Pass), crossed into Idaho, and crossed ...