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... really could have been a lot worse. With all of the Idaho license plates leaving Washington, it made me wonder how many of those people worked in Spokane and drove across the border every day. The Coeur d'Alene area of Idaho is very pretty, especially when considering Eastern Washington that I just drove through is rather boring and ...
... and sat in a closed refrigerator to rot for over 2 weeks? No? Let me tell you, it's nasty and those commercials about Fabreeze aren't quite accurate! We were lucky though that the engine batteries were still good enough to start the coach and thus charged the house batteries. We were on the road again, all windows open.
We headed south for an hour then headed east on I-90. After many failed attempts to find a campground near Seattle, we landed at a ...
... lighting fixtures, . . . new benches, and fixed the deteriorating marble . . . it is very nice . . . the one thing they didn't do . . . was put in a decent PA system . . . with the very high ceilings . . . the announcements are very garbled . . . and difficult to hear.
We decided to try The Lodge for late lunch . . . and had a nice, relaxing lunch. They have several (about 40) beers on tap . . . and one could get a 'flight' (sampler) of four 4-oz glasses of ...
Ashley and I both have a massive sleep in this morning, and didn't really wake up until about 12pm. We wandered upstairs and everyone decided we would go out for lunch, to a pizza place that had gluten free pizza. It was really yummy, because I haven't been able to have pizza at all since I have been here, because they rarely have gluten free bases. So that was really yummy, and ...
... was Powell's bookstore. It was massive! Filled floor to ceiling with new and used books and taking up a big chunk of the street corner. I bought several things our first day: postcards, hiking boots (sale!) and a Portland artist compilation CD. For dinner we decided to splurge a little and get a hot meal at Rogue Brewery, famous for their "dead guy ale". It was packed! But I suppose that's what you get for going at dinner hour. Allie ordered a salmon sandwich and I ...
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