The Madison Inn by Riversage
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... br> Entering the park from downtown Spokane, you come upon the bronze statues of runners. The group is called The Joy of Running Together, and was done by artist David Godevare, who created the wild horses mentioned in an earlier entry.
Our walking trail wound through the park and across the river to the Gonzaga University campus. We made a brief stop at ...
... it and enter the photo in the Spokane Rose Society’s Rose Show in June … Guess he showed me! Fast forward to May 2014 and our return to Spokane and now Kent is preparing a presentation for the Rose Society to be given in August … His topic is Buck Roses and he needs pictures of roses in all stages of bloom and also needs pictures of foliage.
Mid-May to mid-June the roses are gorgeous with their ...
... and they had made this trip . . . to see their daughter . . . and new husband . . . she had gotten her first job with some kind of arts degree . . . at a museum in Tacoma . . . but now they live in Seattle . . . and she commutes (they have pretty good transit options between the two cities) . . . . This going out to see the daughters who have moved to the Seattle/Portland area will become a familiar theme among our dinner mates!
... and San Francisco so that we can fit everything in.
This afternoon we skyped back home, and just relaxed some more until it was time for dinner. Trish and Pete, who we're staying with took us into Spokane to a really nice restaurant for dinner. The food was really yummy and we definitely god spoiled. The view was really nice as well because it sat on a section of the ...
... 1 on the coast, but going through inland scenery. First we started driving through river country, with trees and green undergrowth each side of us. Next the road took us into mountainous country and in the distance we could see snow on the peaks and a small, yet very high, waterfall. The river still flowed beside us and there were rapids pretty much the whole way as we drove along. We then started climbing, and climbing. Once we ...