Red Lion Hotel At The Park
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October 5, 2014. D day. D... as in Done. We are high in the air somewhere over Pennsylvania, I think. I'm pretty sure I see an Amish buggy navigating a hair pin turn down there. How do I know that, you ask? Because I have a window seat, that's why! This trip has been quite an experience for this old farm boy. Lots of memories. Lots to process. I must begin with proper recognition and acknowledgements: To the Good Lord - for ...
... then walked off. I maybe would have offered us some, but that is just me I guess.
In the end, we were not offered any breaks, extras (some places will give you a dessert or something), or discounts. They acted like nothing happened and sent us on our way.
Oh, and the food sucked. Well mine did, Christy liked hers but I think her palette was tainted by hunger!
Day one ends on a low note... but still awesome overall!
... time as Seattle (4:40 p.m. PDST) . . . then they hook the cars to the Seattle train in Spokane for the rest of the trip to Chicago.
I took the last things over to the UPS store for shipping back . . . to lighten the load and make things a little easier for getting bags on and off the train. This was the most convenient location yet to the UPS store . . . only a block from the hotel!
Afterwards, I made one last walk around my neighborhood . . . a ...
... room & dining room would make it even more incredible.
I, too, had received a phone call in early June from a my friend Debbie explaining that another mutual friend, Christie, wanted to talk to me about a project. Christie had just made through the 3rd phase of the interview process with "Shark Tank" and was hoping for some input.
Christie and her husband Paul had ...
... to the water's edge (Volunteer Park). Lovely. We could even make out the mountains across the lake through the smoke: one row easily (Mission Mtns) and another row beyond (Greater Rockies).
We left Flathead Lake behind and headed out into the Flathead Indian Reservation. Immediately we were back in a wide valley, rolling hills, ranchlands, sparser forests of pine trees, and rocky outcroppings. We crossed the Little ...