Motel 6 Redmond
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... trip that the license plate on our car would expire at the end of the month. I encountered this once before when I rented a car. I contacted the Highway Patrol for that state who informed me I would get a ticket and not the car rental agency. Peggy had contacted the car rental agency and obtained a replacement vehicle. They delivered it to us this evening. Another note: check when the license tag will expire when renting a vehicle.
... and a Wifi fix at Maccas, then made our way to Walmart to park the van and get some sleep! We named the Van Big Poppa! Tuesday 15th, April 150 miles until the Californian border, our rough destination was Sacromento but hopefully make it a bit further. Our first sleep in the van was pretty cool! We brushed our teeth in the car park, used the toilet at Walmart and bought some milk and fruit for the next day. Went to sleep around 10.30. Breaky in ...
... on the chair lift to 6095 feet. It was 80F at the bottom and 65F at the top. They had just opened the lift only yesterday for the summer. They have a restaurant at the top,where we got lunch, and also have a 9 hole disc golf course. It is really a type of frisbee and they have baskets you have to get the disc into. They take it seriously with a score card just like golf. It was nice to get a good look around the countryside. This morning, before we set off, we had three deer come ...
... in the box and weighed so we took our bags inside the building and packed our gear. After two hours of packing and paper work we were ready. We nearly fell over when he said it would cost us $500. Even the guy said it would be cheaper to buy another suitcase and pay the excess. Time will tell. We headed out to Redmond which was a lovely drive through some parks ...
... notepads to take over for the kids and a laptop for the head of the ministry.
In the lineup for the fall is some volunteer work, a few safaris and mountain climbing in Africa then heading north to travel in Europe. I'll be with my grandparents from San Diego, California first, working in hospitals and orphanages in Malawi. Once they leave, I'm venturing to the roof of Africa and attempting a summit of Mt. Kilimanjaro. Then back to Malawi where I'll be hosted by Tad ...