Friday, July 28, 2017

ALL GOOD THINGS



All good things must come to an end and this year's adventure is no exception.  We begin our day early retracing our steps back to the Spokane airport.

We stopped in Coeur d'Alene for breakfast--anything covered in huckleberries was the order for the day.  Then a little retail therapy for those who were suffering from withdrawal.  Some of the group LOVE to shop!


 

One more trip to the cherry orchard so freshly picked cherries could be taken home.



A stop for lunch/dinner BBQ--NO it is NOT as good as in the South!

We finally arrive at my house after 2 AM---let NO MAN ever accuse us of not making every minute of every day count!  I left my house a week ago at 3:45 AM!

The beauty of traveling with a group of women--is certainly their good company--but ALSO it is MUCH less expensive to travel in a group.  We share accommodations, car rental, and gasoline.  We have all traveled together for a long time now--and have all the kinks worked out!  What a blessing to see the sights with this great group of friends!

A friend loves at all times
Proverbs 17:7

7 comments:

  1. That area of the country is still on our bucket list. Might have to move it to the top. You are so blessed to be apart of this group beautiful ladies. Friends RULE. Thanks for posting. 👛

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    1. I was surprised at how beautiful it is! We went skiing in March in southern Idaho--Sun Valley---totally different terrain. Worth a trip!
      Blessings!

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  2. A wonderful trip with special friends, and thank you for taking 'us' along. It is good to go, but extra good to be home, right?

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    1. I must admit, it wears me out! Well worth the exhaustion!
      Blessings!

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  3. I have always wanted to visit or live in Idaho, smiles. Thank you for the internet trip, Lulu, I have enjoyed it.

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    1. It is uniquely beautiful! So is the beautiful area you live in, My Friend!
      Blessings!

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