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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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After a crazy week of packing up every last thing we had or donating what did not fit in the POD,
Zoe and I spent 2 full days running errands for our trip. Thank you to everyone who helped us pack, donate and get rid of everything. It honestly seemed never ending.
Thursday afternoon was our start of our …
... to see the Rose Garden. Over 165 varieties of roses in bloom. Fantastic. Unfortunately, we did not identify these for you. And so many had no scent at all but some filled your head with their frangrance.
... group, so we were all surprised when we walked in the door of our banquet hall to find a red carpet lined with WAI staffers in formal dress applauding our grand entrance!
The evening's entertainment included hilarious interviews with the North Idaho "ancestors" of the WAI mascot, Walking Willy. After dinner Dan and Scott presented the Willie ...
... of eastern Washington (see Mary's pictures). The whole route paralleled railroad tracks but I was disappointed in what we did not see. As we left Everett we paced a very small train, two locomotives pulling two caboose. This is the main line over Steven's Pass but there did not appear to me much traffic on it. East of Wenatchee we played tag with a rail line that I soon determined is a lightly used segment used to service grain elevators. I ...
... used to be . . . there were two new stadiums (one football and one baseball) built sort of across the large parking lot from the old locale . . . but now there are some other office buildings going up . . . lots of tower cranes about!!
We got the bags checked in for red cap delivery to our sleeping room on the train . . . so I decided to check out the lunch options. There was some painting going on outside the entrance to FX McRory's . . . so I wasn't sure ...