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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... for supper. We only had to look as far as the back of our parking pass, which had a 15% off coupon for the Silver Salmon Grille. We had Alder Planked Salmon with Dungeness crab on top with a "beurre blanc" sauce drizzled over all. It was very good! I also noticed they had a 5 piece fish and chips (with halibut) for $20 (Daddy, this one’s for you!
Tomorrow, it’s off to Beaverton and a visit with Scott, Amy and ...
After the exciting but necessary laundry in Grangeville, we headed north through fields of canola (see note on picture). They were gorgeous and eye-jolting - enough to wake us up!
The drive from Grangeville to Lewiston was punctuated by both wooden and iron trestles; fertile, irrigated prairies; and lush, verdant valleys. We crossed over into Washington for the first time of many - jumping between Washington and Oregon along the Columbia seems ...
... a while to get up to freeway speeds. In Oklahoma City, however, the acceleration ramps were very short. We dubbed them the "here you go and good luck to you" ramps as we merged slowly into traffic that was moving about 50 more mph than us.
Freeway speeds—Most states had reasonable top highway speeds. It was not uncommon to see 70 mph and 75 mph as the posted maximum. Utah even has a posted maximum of 80 mph, and I believe other states do ...
... Longview in the grand tradition of small towns has found their niche with squirrel bridges. Seriously tree suspension bridges made so the squirrels can cross the street overhead without being run over . The kids were amused by these bridges. We also were able to visit my cousin Jenny's apartment. It is amazing to see how well she is doing on her own. (She has Downs Syndrome) She works at Papa Murphy''s, volunteers at an elementary school and lives with on her ...
... Basin National Grassland's and wind my way to the east entrance of Yellowstone National Park and out the west entrance up to Butte and Missoula, MT. From this point I think I'll find myself on roads I've travelled before, to Lewiston, ID then Kennewick, WA and back down the Columbia River Gorge on Hwy. 14. I expect to have a successful trip no matter what happen since i'm doing something i love to do, it's the second journey that I am unsure ...