Super 8 Redmond
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Given that the rest of the guys were catching up today we had an easier start to the day.
After breakfast we called in on Bob and Vicky for a coffee and to see their home away from home. What a fantastic set up they have, and the views of the surrounding area are brilliant. It was tough to leave them and it was one of those times you wish you …
I started this trip by getting my boarding passes through a kiosk instead of a person. That's pretty cool and efficient as long as you don't have questions. I forgot how much I really enjoy flying. Take offs are really cool and such a thrill. Kat and I are über jazzed. The flight to Salt Lake City is only supposed to be one hour and ten minutes long so won't be writing much. The Flight Attendant should be coming around ...
Today we visited Smiths Canon which is a massive area of cliff faces with a lovely river running through it. It is used a lot for abseiling and has varies tracks around it which you can walk or bike. It was too hot today to walk any of the tracks but while we were looking around we saw some otters playing in the river. They were having so much fun. The other canon had three bridges over it, including a train bridge. ...
... drove by the raging beginning of a wildfire, as rescue and fire trucks raced from both directions. Blanketed in thick smoke, flames were invisible but the intense heat on my face while taking pictures made it all too real. Firefighters were making a futile attempt to save buildings already involved and in flames.
On we went and the fields became bigger and crops more varied. Hay, deep vibrant green, is grown everywhere. ...
... spending a bit of time in the music shop reminiscing about the albums and looking up the ones I have in my own collection. Basically those damn records moldering in my garage in a box might be worth more than I paid for them so many years ago. But of course I do not own a turn table, not one of those slick $5,000 jobbies that real audiophiles seem to own, or the $100 record player with the needle the size of a pencil lead that ...