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... off the leaves for the foliage shots! He chuckles… Also got pictures of his German Shorthair Pointer whose name is (you guessed it)… Rose!
Then I got the brainy idea to see if I could go on a field trip to the Northland Rosarium in Spokane and take more pictures of roses specifically the Buck Roses. A phone call to Carol at Northland Rosarium and I was on my way … Well, to make a long story short ...
... of their resorts in Washington. The sales guy was pleasant and low keyed. It was an easy time there.
We drove back to Jim's, had lunch, and said our goodbyes. After hooking up the car to the rig, we were off!
We are now, for the first time ever, in the booming town of Wallace, Idaho, at the Wallace RV Park. It lies along the shores of a nice stream on Nine Mile Creek. The folks are friendly, as usual and the heater is on. How could it be any better?
... died and later, when Mom herself became ill. Good and kind people all.
Before I go, here's a look at the aforementioned socks-in-progress. They're a bit wild, so I don't know if I'll ever wear them outside of the house, but they fit beautifully and make me feel inordinately proud of myself.
Sunday morning, I head off for Missoula and a visit with my Davis friend Kathy and her two lovely daughters. Should be great fun.
... for a while to have things brought "up to snuff," as they say. We waited, had fresh popcorn, coffee and lunch from Subway, all furnished by the Concierge, at no cost to us. We met several interesting travelers and those in for job interviews. The time passed painlessly and our "Fixer Guy," Todd fixed what he could and ordered warranty replacement parts for what could not be fixed to his satisfaction. We'll pick them up or ...
... us plenty of time. Of course by the the kids are on the beach in the sunshine, and slow to move. I had to pick up Scott's bike, transition bags, stinky bike clothes and get them to the car before charging up to the chute. We arrived at about 6.50 and expected to settle down for a bit. No waiting around though, SB came hurtling down the chute, hoping to get in under 12 hours, but eventually getting a time of 12.00.43! ...
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