Howard Johnson Inn North Spokane
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... have just returned from dinner at Tomato Street. The birthday has been well celebrated. Lynn did try to say that Fiona is one of my gifts, but I'm not so sure if I can handle anymore excitement.
With the weather as "iffy" as it is, we may have to wait a bit for our return. The trip out here was plenty of excitement for most any septuagenarian, us included. We will keep you up to date as things happen.
Thanks for stopping by again...
... WE had bowled was in 1988. Yep, that's twenty-five years ago. The meantime didn't do a lot to improve our style, but we didn't hurt ourselves.....much. My "hook" to the left of the lane survived the years and Lynn's tricky thumb helped her to do some creative work on the hardwoods. Lynn had actually bowled in the past. In fact, I remember watching her bowl on a team and picking her up at the Star Lanes in Butte, back in the Dark Ages. ...
... so I got four different IPA's . . . and they were all very good! The picture makes these look like mugs . . . but they are not more than a pint . . . sort of like holding the little fish out front to make it look larger!!
Then, it was back to the station . . . I took some pictures of the improved digs that I am posting . . . . The queuing was the usual Amtrak uncertainty and confusion . . . we thought the sleepers would be boarded separately and ...
... was quite rocky and had lots of waterfalls, and again because the sun went down so late you could sit and look at the view for the whole of dinner.
The drive back through the countryside was just beautiful as well, and when we got back there was somebody putting on some fireworks beside the lake, which was quite a magical view, and a great way to end the night.
... by a desire to maintain and improve his fitness after surviving a heart attack combined with his vocation as Chaplain at Providence Marianwood, Johann is a passionate advocate for the elderly and is planning to add a fundraising component to his walk which will benefit the residents and staff at Marianwood.
Johann, 65, will start his walk at Providence St. Joseph Care Center in Spokane early on ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking