Super 8 Motel Spokane Valley
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... I went, I was treated to quite the show of dust devils. They truly look like little tornadoes. It was incredibly windy around Ellensburg, and pretty much all the way to Spokane. I could see why they had a significant amount of windmills, for what must have been a wind farm. I was unfortunately caught in Spokane in rush hour traffic, ...
... we drive by a lazy river with lots of floaters. They were not going anywhere, just sitting on the shallow water. We hit interstate 90. The first interstate since early Friday. We are back in Pacific time. We have 5 clocks/watches with three times on them. I am so confused. We head into Spokane KOA in Spokane Valley. We stayed here 2 years ago. It seems to be a full house and the train is a regular sound. It is about 94 now! After ...
... a place with a kitchenette and something relatively inexpensive, so the place I found in Spokane Valley, Wa was great. I checked in and brought all of my stuff inside, then ended up having to change rooms because my room smelled like pot. Not good any time, especially before a race! Yuck. The new room is actually a double, so it's nice to have the extra space. Grocery shopped, cooked dinner, and read my athlete's guide. I'm all settled ...
We left West Yellowstone, Mt at nearly 9 am, with partly cloudy skies. We haven't driven in 2 1/2 days.
Let me mention that we have been in higher altitudes and low humidity for days now. The first day was the hardest. I did not feel well. Ed was somewhat short of breathe. We compensated by taking deep belly breaths. We are so dry. We have cottonmouth, dry sinuses, dry skin. We just can't seem to drink enough water. We did not mention ...
... are like the Mecca(s) for RVers. There was another RV there and while we worked on tightening the gas tank pipeline better, under Big B, I was trying to figure out what was wrong with the people in the other RV. The person I could see was just sitting in the passenger seat, acting a bit crazy. My legs were sticking out from under Big B so I was just hoping that the person wouldn't decide it'd be fun to run over my legs. Those are the people that give RVers a ...