Rodeway Inn & Suites Spokane
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... for great views of the Spokane Falls.
After finishing the walk and getting some lunch, we drove up to Manito Park, famous for its gardens. The rose gardens were being sprayed with something nasty, so we spent most of our time in the dahlia gardens, the conservatory, and the Duncan Garden.
Manito Park was designed ...
... off the leaves for the foliage shots! He chuckles… Also got pictures of his German Shorthair Pointer whose name is (you guessed it)… Rose!
Then I got the brainy idea to see if I could go on a field trip to the Northland Rosarium in Spokane and take more pictures of roses specifically the Buck Roses. A phone call to Carol at Northland Rosarium and I was on my way … Well, to make a long story short ...
... to Paradise Fibers where I found my absolute heaven. Yarn everywhere. So much yarn. So many needles. All premium brands and glorious to touch. Michelle and I went nuts in there and they kindly stayed open to let us galavant and be weird kooky Canadians. After this we head on over to Riverfront Park where I went absolutely nuts with my D5100. I have a lot of beautiful photos to share with you. (Unfortunately, due to horrible Internet connection I will have ...
... Idaho, Oregon and Washington, long before Lewis and Clark's expedition. They hunted, fished and gathered roots and berries of the high plateaus, as well as traveled the Snake, Clearwater and Columbia Rivers. With the arrival of Lewis and Clark's expedition in 1805, the lives of the Nez Perce were dramatically altered. White settlements ushered in a period of tumultuous change. Treaties were broken, resulting in a war in 1877 between the ...
... stress. Since then he has lost 50 lbs. and developed a love of fitness, especially walking. Last month he walked from Issaquah to Whidbey Island (to his daughter Maria's house to visit his grandchildren). He also gave up a job with a long commute and enjoys a short trip daily from his home in Klahanie to Marianwood.
"Johann is a great inspiration to all of us at Marianwood," said Arlene ...