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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... Interestingly the local liquor store sells spirits but not fortified wine. Strange. Canada also has Government owned Liquor Stores that are cheaper than the Commercial ones but in Rossland they don't stick anything cold... Weird. Well last night here! Drop Declan at his new house in the morning then head for Vancouver. 4 inch of snow on some of the mountain passes and lots of ice. Going to be a fun trip. Will post again if I make ...
We woke early on our extremely squeaky bed. We had a leisurely breakfast and mooches around the house in the morning. Jan then drove us all to a swimming spot, so Rob could have a swim, Jan and I paddled. It was another hot day and the cool water was lovely. We then drove down to look at the scenery in the area, very dramatic and dry. We then went ...
... buddies since college, but Gregg is originally from GF, going back at least 3 generations. He KNOWS this place and everyone knows him. Based on his excellent recommendation, we'll be staying at Johnny's Motel, a neat space just on the edge of town. Dinner at Grand Forks Station Pub is where Andrew and I get introduced to borscht. This isn't that deep red beet soup ...
... found an unbelievable campsite right on Lake Roosevelt in Kettle Falls, WA. The 130 mile long lake was created by the Grand Coulee Dam on the Columbia River. I took Sunday off from biking, so Maura and I had a blast exploring the area and hanging out.
Maura chilled in her new ...
... 8217;t seen before. On either side of the road, there were tall wire fences—tall enough to deter a deer from jumping them. Every so often, there would be a special one-way gate that a deer could pass through getting away from the highway, but would not be able to come back the other way. Neither of us remembers ever seeing this type of set-up before. The low mountains ...