Millions of years ago, in the ice age, the dam that held back the Clark
Fork River and Lake Missoula broke. Bazillions of gallons of water surged
through what is now the Inland Pacific Northwest. All the dinosaurs were
swept to sea, leaving a relatively peaceful portion of the planet. We moved
here shortly thereafter residing in the quiet little town of Spokane, Washington
(otherwise known as "Spokaloo" by the locals).
This opening page was created in 1999 and last updated on August 19, 2007
Our other pages are updated more frequently.
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