Willow Springs Motel

Address: 5 B Street, Cheney, Washington, 99004, United States | Motel
 
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This motel is located on 5 B Street, Cheney.
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Travel Blogs from Cheney

Time to Say Goodbye

A travel blog entry by kathmom on Jul 04, 2014

5 photos

... with submachine guns (they've had these in the UK airports for awhile), came through to look around, and then a couple policemen arrived with dogs to sniff our bags for explosives. They and we took it all in stride, with some smiles, even if a little nervous. I think I would have had more confidence if the dogs had been no-nonsense breeds like German shepherds or Dobermans. But the one with the wagging tail that jumped up on his handler's chest looked a lot like ...

Yellowstone to Home Sweet Home ...

A travel blog entry by jimconnietravel on May 04, 2014

2 comments, 72 photos

... Kent for taking 4 loads … the last load we were able to take down to the shredder … Plus, mow, fertilize and weed the lawn, prune the roses, weed the flower beds, etc that comes with having a home in general … of course this is all renewable as it just keeps coming back all summer long!

We were home 3 days then a quick trip to Portland for a special Mother’s Day celebration ...

Big ride day 1

A travel blog entry by kiwiplanner on Aug 02, 2012

Although we had planned to get up at 7 and on the road fairly early, neither of us had slept well the night before, so we decided to snooze for a little longer and got up at 8am instead. We were on the road just after 9:30 and traffic was pretty good.  It took almost an hour to get out of Seattle and then probably another half hour til we were on Hwy 2, our road for the rest of the day.  This road is another scenic highway, similar ...

On the road again

A travel blog entry by tricruiser on May 17, 2012

9 comments, 3 photos

... to press on to Spokane.
We drove on Hwy 287, back roads. There are lots of ranches. Susan is singing God Bless America.
We pass the town of Enis where a sign says Enis population 840 and 11,000,000 trout. All things were about fishing through this area. We came to an area of vastness and beauty. I made a picture to show the depth of scenery. The green irrigated fields, the higher brown pastures, the rolling hills and snow ...

A Wet Day in Spokane, WA

A travel blog entry by cliff-n-chris on Apr 16, 2012

22 photos

... 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 ...