Holiday Inn Express Spokane Valley
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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Northwestern Washington truly is beautiful, as long as you don't include the traffic! just to name a few, the Tiger Mountain State Forest had beautiful scenery, as well as the Snoqualmie National Forest. There was a beautiful bridge over the Columbia River and the area known as Ginkgo State Park was absolutely breathtaking! The ...
... of the their games for several years. Andrew is now age sixteen, so you can imagine the difference in the game play!
After the game, we drove to Green Bluff where we had lunch at a Fruit Farm and picked up a case of green Bartlett Pears for later use in the Marmalade process. A real find, they were, at a bargain price. My mouth waters already.
Back at home, Lynn and Daniel made several pans of fine ...
... around 55 degrees outside, so I wasn't terribly excited about getting into the water, but by the time I grabbed my wetsuit and got ready for a swim, the sun peeked out and it was quite pleasant. I swam for about 20 minutes and I'm so glad that I did. The water was great. I had no idea it would be so clear! The temperature is around 62 degrees, which felt just about perfect. After my swim I went for a 20 minute run. ...
... couple days) and stopped to catch a glimpse of the hot springs spewing steam from the ground. We snapped some great pictures and walked around briefly. It was around 15 degrees at this point so any outdoor activity was short-lived. After seeing the hot springs, we began driving east towards Crooke City where the ranger said most of the wildlife sightings had been over the past few days. We drove a few miles and saw plenty more bison ...
... maybe even millions, of flying, tiny insects. There was no way to get around them and people were running through them so we did the same. I looked them up and they might have been ash aphids. Whatever they were, all in a matter of seconds, they were stuck inside and outside of our clothes, in our noses, burrowing in my hair, tangled in our eyelashes, and then sliding in our eyeballs. Disgusting! (...but kinda hilarious!)
The next day our insurance adjuster came by ...