Howard Johnson Ponderay Idaho
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHoward Johnson Ponderay Idaho
Good standard. Good bed clean. No complaints except old TV's with small inadequate screen.
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Today was another laid back day. I woke up late which meant I had a really great sleep in. Len and Leatha had meetings in the morning so there was no rush out of bed in the morning. I had breakfast while talking to Leatha after she got home from her meeting. We watched an episode of Sons of Anarchy while Leatha wrapped some ...
... Hahaha. Not quite but it was perfect. We then cut it down, loaded it into the truck and made our way home. We saw some deer and wild turkey on the way home. As well as a grizzly bear sign. When we got home it was time to trim this tree from almost 14 feet down to just 8. It was like getting a trim at the hair dressers when you don't really want to lose any length. We managed to trim her before standing her up and ...
... states while driving around the greater Sandpoint area! Including Hawaii and Alaska, all the western states, Florida, North Carolina, etc. Got a great start. We think the Hawaii plate was a real good one to get given that we are heading east next week.
Amazing how much amusement and fun a free game can become. Maybe we can play it a third time later this year. Try it and let us know when you reach 50.
... so we frequently have $200-$300 bill at the gas stations. This is fine for a short vacation where you need to get to your destination as soon as possible but can add up if you are driving long distances. Our average monthly fuel bill has been $600 which includes fuel for Mr. Toad too.
Since we have begun the full time lifestyle, we try to limit daily distances to 120-150 miles per day in the RV, then stay in a place a few ...
... but he eventually ran away.
We turned towards CR and then had to scramble upwards to the summit thru more boulder fields and eventually another snow pile. We each went a different way up and climbed the somewhat steep rock wall to get to the base of CR. I was a little scared but yet followed thru....I regretted what side i took to get there. Once up near the top I had to find a way across to meet my buds. Luckily there were a few ridgelines ...