Red Lion River Inn
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... ice dam and released its waters to scour out these bizarre rock formations and change the course of the Columbia River. Other scientists thought he was crazy at the time, but his theory is widely accepted today.
Sign of the times--Washington State Parks have had their budgets cut severely. Don't know if this problem is a budget issue or drought-related.
... in the next room, and a man coughing. Sigh .... But we were tired enough and fell asleep after the shower. Good thing about this hotel was that the water pressure was good and the sink/tub drainage was good. Bed was comfortable and room was adequately clean. For just one night, it was OK.
Pray the day would clear up tomorrow! ...
Hey, I'm going to be in Italy for the next couple of weeks. Paul Saunders and I will be riding with a small group led by our friend, Eros Poli, from Sestri Levante (Cinque Terre, more or less) to Matera in the deep south. We are going to see a huge amount of the lefthand part of Italy. See map on this site. I'll also post links to MapMyRide maps and profiles. I'm just about to take off from Newark for Rome. More ...
... acceptance of the Whitman's new ideas. After living and working with the Indians for 11 years, the mission effort ended in violence. Cultural differences between Indian ways and those of the whites caused tension and much misunderstanding. A measles epidemic in 1847 spread rapidly among the Cayuse, who had no resistance to the disease. When Whitman's medicine helped white children but not theirs, many Cayuse believed they were being ...
... by a desire to maintain and improve his fitness after surviving a heart attack combined with his vocation as Chaplain at Providence Marianwood, Johann is a passionate advocate for the elderly and is planning to add a fundraising component to his walk which will benefit the residents and staff at Marianwood.
Johann, 65, will start his walk at Providence St. Joseph Care Center in Spokane early on ...