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... these thoughts on bathroom walls throughout Italy. Not that I wouldn't have done it. After all, when you pay 1.5 Euros (about $2 US) to use a public whizzer, you might as well get your monies worth. To family, friends, neighbors and blog followers: Your support and encouragement is the main reason I kept this up through this trip. Like I stated in an earlier post, this is all new territory for me, and found the ...
... of Nick's and his wife. They treated us to a nice tour of Spokane and we had dinner at a restaurant in a converted flour mill. What a terrific evening of conversion and story-telling.
After an ok night (it was free) spent in the parking lot of the Cummins repair shop, we woke up early Tuesday morning to begin a long, stressful day of dealing with the repair garage. We needed a new hydraulic motor and a solenoid for the generator. After all was said and ...
... he has ordered and is still waiting for it . . . well, wasn't that interesting!! And, I walk the other three blocks to the hotel!!
Carol wasn't up . . . but when she got up, she decided to finish off some of the items left over from last night's dinner . . . I made another trip to Starbucks for one of those caramel lattes, grande in a venti cup, extra whip and caramel drizzle on top . . . too sweet for me!! My 'need my space' friend was not there to pick ...
... Spokane Hoopfest is. In its 23rd year, it is the "biggest 3-on-3 basketball tournament on Earth." Over 7,000 teams more than 20,000 more than 3,000 volunteers, 225,000 fans and 450 courts spanning 42 city blocks! As a "career event person" I have marveled not only at the enormity of it but the remarkable organization of it. It is a well-oiled machine. The planning begins two weeks after ...
... to grap some lunch refuel and relax a bit before the maddness of Portland is upon us.
MMMMMM! we find a place that serves Pie! seems like every blog I write has a reference to pie? (check out the trip Kaylee and I took)
OK! I can do this! lets get back on the road and get to the other side of Portland. We travel up the I5 a bit further and find that the 205 basically bypasses Portland and hooks us up with ...
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1503 South Rustle Road, Spokane | 1 star motelfrom $60
11102 W. Westbow Blvd, Spokane | 1 star motelfrom $68
6309 East Broadway, Spokane | 2 star motelfrom $57
3033 North Division St, Spokane | 2 star motelfrom $42
1508 S. Rustle Rd, Spokane | 1 star motelfrom $53