Holiday Inn Express Spokane Valley
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... flank steak. Both were treats to the palate. Jim, our nephew-of-sorts is a GREAT cook. Daniel, Godson number two, is on his way to be a fine cook also.
We visited the rest of the evening away, with plans to watch Andrew's game and make cookies on the morrow.
We slept well and after a quick breakfast we were off to the field. The game was a tie at two all and was a treat for us to watch, not having ...
This morning was very relaxing. I woke up early and just took my time getting ready to head into CDA. I got to Ironman Village around 11am and got checked in. Now that I have some official IM gear I feel like a real Ironman! Almost:) It was pretty crowded, and so many things were going on, and I was happy to get in and get out.
I headed down to the water to scope it out and take some pictures. It was fairly ...
... realized that we were in the big leagues now compared to wild turkeys so I swiftly got out of the way of the beast and continued driving. Next up was the visitors' center. One of the park rangers gave us a quick overview as to what to expect and where to catch the best views of the hot springs and wildlife. We took the road south towards Norris as far as we could (most of the roads were still closed because of the snow from ...
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We got up at 6am with the intent on making Spokane in 7 hours. Mapped out on the Gps it was a 424 mile drive. My parents were up and ready to shoved off by 7 am. All packed up ourselves, we drove out at 730. As we drove out both M and N mentioned Bear World in Rexburg. I recalculated the extra distance and the trip added a whopping 150 miles to the day. Uuhhhghhh! This was gonna be a long day. How could I say no? Diplomatically ...