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Well here we are at the FAM CAMP at Fairchild AFB. This was the 1st place we stayed when we started our epic adventure last year. We came up 95 & 195 so were only on I 90 about 1 1/2 miles until we cut of to the base. Once again it was a beautiful drive and good roads. The base is dead as it is a 3 day holiday.We had lost track of time and had no idea of the holiday.
... 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 ...
300 miles, from Redmond to Post Falls Idaho. Very hazy day today driving through Eastern Washington, we could see multiple fires to the east.
We're heading east fairly quick, the plan is to make Yellowstone by tomorrow. So far so good!
Bob had been planning this trip for two years. Loves to plan trips. He did gear the trip for both of our interests. Touring, kayaking, hiking and photography trips. Also, we went skin diving which was a photo op as well. The last day ...
... of many monuments around Normandy. Felsgold beer, a bottle of "still" water and Swiss Army Knife decorate the table.
At our last night in Europe in the Paris Airport Hilton, we enjoy beer and wine from the hotel minibar. A few hours more and the Swiss Army Knife goes into checked luggage for the long plane ride home.