JUST BECAUSE YOU KNOW WHERE WE ARE, DO NOT THINK YOU DO NOT HAVE TO RESPOND. WE NEED TO HAVE AN ATTENDANCE ESTIMATE!
If you are really, really good: Visualize 4372 Gardenspot Road in Clayton and Astral Project yourself there.
If you are a Techno-Geek: Enter the above address into your GPS. Follow the directions given. Unless you are a male. Then enter the directions into your GPS, give it a quick glance and turn it off. After all, real men know exactly where they are and can find a place harboring mead simply by being pointed in the right direction and following their noses. Unless they spot a pretty girl on the way, in which case, they get into a car accident because they aren't paying attention to the road or their noses! Plus now their companion is pissed at them and they are going to miss the event!
If you aren't really, really good and don't have a GPS: Head up North Division in Spokane. Continue straight at the Y (intersection of US 395 and US 2). Do not turn left. Do not turn right. Do not stop for gas, especially if you have people following you! Continue north on US 395. It is a pleasant drive through lush fields and farmlands, woods and meadows. After you go about 18.2 miles, assuming you are still using that archaic system, you will have passed by Deer Park, and headed up onto a flat plateau. You will see a sign that says "Spotted Road." This is an important landmark. Slow down, turn on your right blinker. Ignore the screeching brakes behind you because you didn't know your tail lights were out. Turn right, cross railroad tracks. Smile and wave at the guy blowing his horn at you.
Drive down Spotted Road 5.3 miles to the end of the road. Beware of turkeys and deer. If you hit one, bring it for dinner. However, if you hit a bear, you are going to have a wrecked car and an angry bear. You may not bring the angry bear to dinner. He may have you for dinner! If you hit a moose - you don't want to hit a moose. They don't like it. If a moose hits you, don't call us, call the Washington Department of Fish and Game. Or the Spokane County Sheriff Department. Then call your insurance agent. Then a tow truck.
By the way, Spotted Road is not a tractor-free zone. Farmers on tractors always think they have the right of way, even if their vehicle is not street legal.
At the end of Spotted Road, turn left onto Gardenspot Road. If the guy behind you is an armed redneck playing a banjo, follow Gardenspot Road back to US395 and flee back to Spokane. If it is just an armed redneck, don't worry, unless that animal you hit that you thought was a deer was really one of his horses. The armed rednecks are pretty friendly unless you anger them. Hitting a horse will anger them.
Now assuming you have not angered the locals, or massacred any wildlife (or yourself), follow Gardenspot back to the west 0.7 miles to 4372. Turn left into driveway and park where directed.
If you are really, really bad at following directions: Maybe you should ride with someone else. Or follow someone else. Just don't follow Robb.