Willow Springs Motel
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... walking around, though, so they must have had some type of competition. Even though the flight attendants were nice and very attentive, lunch wasn't too great; the couscous salad was not what Dan would have ordered. We got a free dinner, too...woo hoo...which was a little bit better. (For the record, the very best airline snacks were the Southwest snack mix on the Alaska flight at the very beginning. Otherwise, the plain pretzels got old.)
Almost seven hours ...
... a few days, but I know God is sovereign and in control, and it seems like this is a good time for us to be able to leave and enjoy a trip like this. I'm thankful all our families are doing well, and we have super neighbors (aka my sister and her family) who will watch over Mom and Dad, Gracie (who is a poor sad doggy today) and my and Mom's gardens (thank you, Emily!).
Once we are really on the way, I think taking ...
At 3 am I got to meet Spring, Jamie’s roommate. I may have still been awake when there was a knock at the door. Then there was another knock and some yelling. Outside the apartment there was a large drunk black man who chose Jamie’s door to bother. We all watched through the peep hole as he swayed back and forth, mumbled some nonsense and then tried the neighbors door. He walked around to the slider and couldn’t get in there either. He was very ...
... six dams which are located on the river. As we approached Umitilla where we crossed over into Washington state the land became very flat, and remained that way until just before we arrived at Cheney. Very different once again. We even saw some cowboys rounding up some cattle.
Today we visited Spokane to see the Spokane Falls on the river. Unfortunately, despite the forecast for sun, we have heavy rain, but ...
... a height restriction. There was no way Big B could fit and I was also worried about her weight. So, I decided to drive another road we hadn't tried, in hopes it'd take me there and bypass the bridge. That road was kra-kra! Here I am on the side of a mountain, in a huge RV, that's kinda falling apart in the back, bumping along on an unpaved road. I was totally relying on the GPS to get me there. I had no way to turn around because it was only wide enough for Big B to be ...