Red Lion Hotel At The Park
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- Shuttle bus service
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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The rain clouds began lifting early this morning as we headed out to spend our last full day visiting Spokane, WA. As a special treat for winning the get-acquainted bingo game on Sunday, I got to eat breakfast in the owner's nook with two old friends and traveling companions, Thelma Yasuhara and Bob Peterson. Fabulous view and really comfy chairs.
... go, so, Greg headed for the ferry landing and soon we were on the ferry to West Seattle. From there, our GPS took us to Everett, Washington, so we could finally begin our journey on US Highway 2, as Greg has been planning for years. The topography changed dramatically from mountain scenery, (the Cascades), to farmland, to desert. It took awhile, through a number of small towns, which slowed us up a bit, but we are now in Spokane. Pictures tell the ...
Joey and I started our Sunday morning off outside the Motel 6 talking with another traveller named Laura. I was definitely in my pajamas. We talked to her about many topics, she asked us how we felt when 9-11 occurred, what we thought of the U.S. government structure and we shared stories of places we had visited. We talked her ear off about Famous Dave's and demanded that she go there as soon as possible. We all took our time Sunday morning, Fergie and Michelle had ...
... doors when you drive through there.
Spokane was a little bigger than I thought it'd be, I think there are about 400, 000 people living there, and there are a couple of high rise buildings and things. After we had driven through we drove out to Medical Lake which is about 20 minutes away from Spokane, and that's where we are staying for the next few nights. The house is on a lake, and it is so nice and relaxing, when we got there we had a ...
... bay/cove. Above it was a campground tucked up in the hill. Nothing special and it just didnt feel right to me. I decided to take a few pics and then just head south and roll the dice. So faer this has been working for me. I drove untill I hit the town of Hayden which was wrapped up against Lake Hayden. According to my atlas and also my google maps the whole west side of the lake was up against national forest...which to me mean lots of ...