Wingate by Wyndham Spokane
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... I passed Hood River, the weather cleared. Still grey in the sky, the breeze was cool and roads were wide open. The fall leaves were bright yellow and jittering chaotically in the wind. My mood lifted and the gorge crossing was bittersweet - looking back at the grey and dark skies as I head into blue skies and a new beginning. As a final note, I highly recommend Sushi.com and Auntie's Bookshop in ...
When we got back to the parking lot there was someone ahead of us for food so we waited on a nearby bench. The lady running the food stand was being very friendly and the guy ordering was being lame.
It was something like this...
DudeBro "Hey my buddy has my wallet in the truck. You can just start cooking our food and I'll pay when he gets here"
Forest Hostess "Sure, not a problem. That is a ...
There were prolonged fellowshipping and discussions at the close of services. Roasted peanuts, unleavened bread and honey and Soboro (a local spicy herbal drink) were served as refreshments.
We said our good byes and expressed our individual and collective appreciation to Mark for sacrificing in many ways to be here with us.
Later in the afternoon, I dropped Mark Mickelson off at the Kotoka International Airport to catch his flight back home to Spokane.
... br> We make our way to the main floor and think we can smell bacon. No. There is no bacon in sight. We get in line, I pour a cup of coffee. It is terribly weak and unappealing so I pour it out. There is a waffle maker available to us so we each make a waffle and take a piece of fruit. There is also bread for toast, and biscuits. On a side table sits a crock-pot of some white liquid with some kind of meat, ...
... Cameras can not capture it. As we cross I-90 we come across the Wheat Montana Bakery and Deli. OH MY WHAT A PLACE. I wish I had smell-an-email. This place processed grains, especially wheat, had a store to buy anything grain, and had a restaurant and BAKERY. The smell was so good I can still smell it. We bought scones-to die for, raisin/cinnamon rolls the size you wouldn't believe so I made a picture. Notice the size of my hands. We ...