I LOVE bath bombs! I'm so excited that Heather Quigley @udabomb_bath_bombs is one of my When in Tri-Cities "Month of Love" Online Pop-up Shop vendors! If you have an online shop or storefront in the Tri-Cities area, and you would like to participate, let me know by January 25th! Registration is $35. Send me a DM with your E-mail address and I will reach out to you next week. When you shop locally, you are putting money right back into your community. And when you purchase from a stay-at-home mom, you are helping her give her children opportunities they otherwise may not have. It is a great way to share love within your community! Tag a friend who would love this! ❤
SPOKANE! Whether you’re celebrating Valentine’s Day or Galentine’s Day - I’ve got you covered! Brighten up someones day with this beautiful protea arrangement! $40 flat with delivery and tax included! Order cut off Feb 1st. Delivery dates Feb. 12-14. Delivery limited to greater Spokane area. Message or email for questions or to order!
Smoke em if you got em 😤 Tag a homie you’d smoke all these Kouchlock doobies with 💨 This product has intoxicating effects and may be habit forming. Marijuana can impair judgement. Do not operate heavy machinery under the influence of this drug. There may be health risks associated with the consumption of this product. For use only by adults 21 or older. Keep out of reach of children.
Thursdays are now the late night at the museum until 8 PM! Join us after school, work, or even dinner and wander through our current exhibits until close.
"Night Scene on the Spokane River," c.1920s, by Frank Guilbert
Today I went to White Dog Coffee in the Valley. It was my first time going. White Dog definitely knows what great customer service is all about. I had the White Dog Mocha. It was the BOMB. You can find them at 2909 E. 57th and 1014 N. Pines and they’re open seven days a week.
Throwback to last Summer.. a spontaneous day long hike I wasn't prepared for. Skipped breakfast to go pick up a friend and wander into the no service zone in search of a hard to find trailhead. All I had with me was 64oz of water and a deli sandwich from a gas station. My counterpart was worse, with 48oz of water and a bag of trail mix. 😂 I knew ahead of time it was a hard hike, but this one almost ended in failure. It was nearly 100 degrees, and we contemplated turning back several times. Once we started to get above the tree line, we found our second wind and made it to the top. The descent resulted in rolled ankles, blisters, and several f-bombs. Looking forward to going back, fully prepared, and with a full-frame camera. .