First, highlights of the trip to rural/small town Idaho and Washington, without photos:
- Driving up and down the Lewiston Grade, whoo-hoo
- Attending a three-hour graduation ceremony with a 2-year-old
- Driving over the Snake River on a blue bridge, twice
- Almost missing a flight due to airport signs continually changing location of the gate
- Beverage service canceled due to turbulence, after having to dump out the sippy cup at security
- Getting sprayed with beer at the recycling center on the way to the airport
- Driving around the Palouse. It is truly beautiful country. Endless rolling hills of wheat fields
And photo highlights:
Climbing in a rusty old engine:
Various signs of Spring:
Walking one block to the local co-op for groceries:
Lunch at the cafe in Cabella's, with three vegetarians. My son ate ostrich meat. There is an enormous stuffed dead animal display among other things.
The giant rocking chair:
And last, but definitely not least, visiting the wonderful Paradise Fibers warehouse store. Bonus for being on Thor Street and next to an adult bookstore. I got stuff!! (At Paradise Fibers, to be clear)
What to do for an encore? Go to Las Vegas with a toddler.