Super 8 Motel - Spokane/West
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Bleary eyed and starving, we made it to the 8 am ferry to Tsawassen. Everything was going fine until we hit line #2 at Peace Arch crossing. First clue: line #2 was slow moving, for reasons which would soon become apparent. Border Agent #1 was surly, and displeased with our open ended plan to tootle around the Four Corners of the Southwestern States and directed us to report inside the ...
... that Paris rental car return fiasco...).
Thanks for following along on the blog...it was good discipline for me to write for an audience. Hope you found some intriguing things, and I apologize for getting longwinded sometimes, like dragging out a day just lived in airplanes and airports. ;) Planning and taking our trip was a lot of effort, but Dan and I were blessed by working through the stresses, sharing the experiences and making memories together. It was all sorts of fun...and ...
We got to Seattle before seven and had breakfast at Denny's. Then we found Peter Bakalor, who used to write the Autosport reports on racing in Australia. I hadn't seen him since the late sixties but I knew him as soon as he opened the door.
Jon had a bit of a rest in the van while Peter and I discussed both old times and caught up on more of today's stuff. As it turned out, some time that day one of the subjects ...
... on to Detroit. Connections in Minneapolis were uneventful. Once we arrived in Detroit we fetched our rental car, a white Dodge Journey, and set off for downtown Detroit. The GPS was pretty good at getting us to our hotel at the GM Renaissance Center. We wandered around in the circle of the RenCen and finally found an Italian restaurant to get some dinner. Our table looked out across the Detroit river to Windsor, Ontario, Canada. After dinner we wandered in the ...
I am somewhat of a night owl because I work nights, so while everyone else is crashed out I thought I would do some blogging.
There are so many empty seats on this train that I set Lynda up in an area that had two empty seats together so she could get some rest. I took a walk to the dining car and met ...