The Montvale Hotel
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... tonight. So, no worries. You won't be missing anything by this little hiccup. Now, grab your tea (or coffee), sit back, and enjoy the next edition of our adventure thus far.
After about 6 hours in the car we finally made it to our next stop on this trip. Spokane, Washington! We have reconnected with another fellow Yellowstoner who was kind enough to let us crash at her place for the night. Even made a new friend (a friend of ...
... to cooking. She said hi to Christy and I and we smiled and said hi back. I joked about her monopoly on food services out here. She commented on how nice we were and that we must not be from around here (which I found hilarious BTW).
I really should have snagged a picture of this place. They even had picnic tables with bear cutouts on them. Google that and you will see pics.
I honestly hope DudeBro choked on his ...
... br> We had a bagel at Big Bang Bagels in Fernie and they, and the coffee were mighty fine. The crossing into the USA was without hassle, much to our surprise. Pleasant drive through Idaho, went over Ryans Bridge, into Washington and arrived at Spokane in the evening. Had a good value dinner at the Mirabeau Park Hotel - half price bottle of wine - ...
... of bodies but they rolled with it!
I'm not known for subtlety or quietness but like any parent, I was in great anticipation of being with all of them and learning about any and every thing new in their lives.. JUST BEING WITH THEM, regardless of what we do (should be a song?) I swear, I can just listen and watch and love those moments.
We had a predetermined plan with the ...
... so we head back over to our hotel where they have a free breakfast.
Finally I get cereal! .... juice and coffee and one for the road (thats a coffee! not a beer) and we are off!.
We head out of town on the 199 to Grants Pass. Now this road was built for us! nice winding curves and very little traffic. This was the best section of road on the whole trip! We make Grant Pass in no time with only one near ...