Resort City Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... in shape, 13 years younger than me and I was getting tired just running during warm ups. I hadn't even started to wrestle and was pretty much dead tired. I went out there and didn't quite perform like I wanted to, but still won 2-0. I felt like I was in control the whole match and wished I would have scored some of my signature moves that used to work for me, but it is all good. I didn't get embarrassed. After the match, we all went to ...
... never fell in. Her and Ashley switched about 20 minutes in. Alexa did well with the single kayak. Ashley enjoyed the paddleboard. She may even buy one. I tried it for about five minutes. It would be a wonderful workout. I’m sure Ashley and I will rent some when we head to Hilton Head next year.
Upon returning to the pier, the owner dropped his good screwdriver in the water while helping the girls out of the water. Ashley went back to the car for goggles, jumped ...
... of Auburn, in the usual fog, at 9:30AM. I drove about a hundred miles or so and Lynn took the wheel. We had lots of fog, off and on, but the Summit of Snoqualmie it was relatively clear. Traffic was only semi-psychotic. Driving early on a holiday seems to be the best way to escape the area. It worked for us.
We got into Coeur d'Alene, Idaho at about 2:30PM. By stopping at a Rest Area and having cheese, crackers, fruit ...
... in to burn off his pent up energy. He was happy to oblige. We fed the fat seagulls some french fries and admired their great reflexes. From there we just drove and drove. Both kids slept for the vast majority of the trip which was awesome. We should be so lucky tomorrow. The terrain was obviously familiar to us as we took this route to Cannon Beach. The long bank of trees that serves as ...
... rich in foliage and birdlife. We encountered a wide range of birds and animals including muskrat, moose, heron, swan, stork, and a host of colorful smaller birds.
The day ended at a late dinner meeting with Debbie and Ruth, comparing notes and coming up with more ideas to be considered in the days ahead. Tomorrow, Ruth and Debbie head home, and Scott and I head to Spokane to consider several promising walk options ...