On Tuesday we decided since it was going to be a rainy day we would head to Spokane to shop. I’m thankful that we can travel south for an hour to Spokane and enjoy shopping at all the stores we enjoyed when we lived in the Seattle area. While we drove we enjoyed listening to a couple of sermons online. That’s another thing I’m thankful to be able to do on the road.
It rained most of the day but we were treated to some clearing on the way home as we approached Colville
In Spokane we stopped at The Home Depot, Trader Joe’s, HomeGoods, Hobby Lobby, Total Wine, At Home, and we ended at Costco for shopping and refilling our gas tank.
On our drive home we stopped in Chewelah at our favorite Mexican restaurant on this side of the mountains for “linner”.
This is the auto body shop that will be working on our car. Our car is scheduled for December 16th. They are in high demand at this shop.
I’ll be doing a fair share of shopping local in Colville for the holidays, too.
WalMart has already gotten some good business from us.
We bought our overpriced natural fresh free range turkey from this store. It’s our favorite grocery store in town. When we saw turkeys for 99 cents a pound at Costco we consoled ourselves with the fact that we had helped our local economy out. 🙂
This is the part of our road where I hit the deer.
At the mailbox.
Looking back towards town and enjoying the clouds.
We enjoyed a quiet evening at home after our day of travel for shopping.