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... and plan to not investigate either. All in all this is a beautiful area to visit. I used to live in Spokane many years ago which is about 100 miles southeast and also traveled in area for business in during that lifetime, back in the 70's, 80's and 90's. We don't plan on visiting western Canada until next year.
We will remain in this area for 9-10 days while attending the annual Shorland Family ...
We were supposed to be staying at our thousand Trails "Little Diamond Resort" in Washington for a couple of days, but with temps in the 90's, we wanted nothing to do with 30 amp power! We got a really early start yesterday, so adding about 40 minutes on to look for a better place to stay didn't really cause a problem.
First, we drove through the Corps of Engineers Park, Riley Creek, but it was packed, and very difficult to get into, and ...
... the best. I finally "got it" and was cutting up the slopes like a pro! Slowing down and turning corners without needing my poles. And when I "got it" it was really fun! The day ended far too quickly. 4pm came around and all we could think about was which mountain we could find that is open next that we could ski at....wrong season for that maybe but we will be back in October so maybe then ...
... house and those who wished took naps. Lynnie and Viv hung out and enjoyed the remainder of the afternoon. When Amy arrived, Lynnie gave Viv her gift, an “Ariel” costume for Halloween. She tried it on and looked stunning. I got a few shots of her outside. I think you’ll enjoy them.
Dinner consisted of “Dead Jack” salmon on the barby, green beens, olive-herb bread from the Farmers Market, ...
... and got a few amazing horizon photos. Stunning!
We got back to town and I at some left over pasta and headed down to Elkins to listen to Mike and Sadie on stage and hang out with the crew. A few of us were down there and I ran into Bob Aries, a local guy who lives down the road with his wife. He is a super cool guy who looks like an old lumberjack and he drives a awesome 1944 Willy Jeep. Somehow we talked about me ...
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