Spokane House Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... walked out to the truck. It was snowing, such a nice welcome. We hopped in the car and drove the few minutes to Quest Lodge and Casino. Len had gotten us a beautiful room. We freshened up and headed down to the sports bar for dinner and sat there chatting for a couple hours. We then headed into the casino and Len and Leatha taught us how to play *****. We had a lot of fun, but now it's time for bed. Until ...
... last twist of the story is that when Dwight Eisenhower became president he signed into law the means to fund and build the national highway system designed by MacDonald and Roosevelt. And, it is an amazing system. There would come to be 41,000 miles of highway with the longest, the I-90 running 3,020 miles from Seattle to Boston without a single traffic light. It is truly one of the engineering marvels of the world.
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It is still the night before I start riding. I have my bike re-assembled and all ready to go. I am definitely ready myself and just want to get pedaling. Before I leave, I will first shoot for an interview at the Spokane newspaper since my hotel is just 2 blocks away. Speaking of interviews, I had a long and at times, very emotional one with a writer from back home. The article will ...
... we had used the spare fuel the day before while in the mountains and neglected to refill it. Fortunately I'm a pro at running out of gas. We were only a few miles from a station and we have Land Rover recovery vehicles (bicycles) with us. After a short sprint to the gas station, we were on the road again. It was at the filling station that we encountered the next bit of fun news...second gear wasn't working properly. Whenever we tried to select 2nd, it ...
... and the US government, where the Nez Perce were victorious; a second battle was fought at Big Hole National Battlefield, near Wisdom, Montana, where the US government besieged the Nez Perce, ending the war. We visited the park on a day when several school and home-school groups were receiving educational tours and talks about the Nez Perce. We always enjoy seeing children learning more about our cultural heritage. Would have loved to ...