Abbotswood House Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... 000. The town grew up on fur trading and then the railroad coincided with a gold rush.
We began the walk at Gonzaga University which was founded in 1883 as a Native American boarding school for boys. We walked through Riverfront Park. Prior to 1974, industrial sites and elevated rails dominated the area. These were all cleared and redeveloped for Expo 74. Tabernacle Island featured ...
Today was an intentionally mellow, but still most pleasant, "day off" here in Coeur d'Alene. My longtime Facebook friend Lisa (who lives in the area) and I made plans for an IRL visit. We enjoyed a very nice get-together in town exploring the downtown and lakefront area a ...
... was seizing right and left. I'll not kid you, I was sweating head to toe. I asked Tristan to slow to about 15 miles per hour just in case the steering froze and we were pointed at the sheer drop off. No barriers or buffer before the truck would take a vertical plunge. Tristan did a great job navigating our way out the road. After about an hour, we determined the folly of our ways and agreed we should head back to Lillooet for much needed repairs. We crawled ...
... we got out of Glacier NP. So, we are just going to drive it until it stops working.
We got to our hotel around 4:00 PM MST and went to dinner at Toro Viejo Mexican Restaurant. Jess had an enchilada and Joe had some Pacifico's with a Fajita Burrito. The food was sub-par at best.
The hotel is not exactly the spa & resort that we thought. This is more of a resort on a lake with ...
... to some prerace music that I felt would calm me a bit as we drove. The sunrise was beautiful, pinks and oranges with fog still lingering on the pine-covered mountains. We arrived to the transition area at exactly the time I wanted to get there: just before 5am. Parking was a breeze. Transition closed at 6:15am, so I had plenty of time to get situated before the start of the race at 6:35am.
My first order of business was to get ...