American Country Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Day 1 is in the books! It was quite the day, not so much that it was eventful, we are all just exhausted! Our last night in Astoria was an amazing one, for sure. After a busy, emotional day of goodbyes, we went out with a bang starting with an 80's party! My boss and co-workers went all out with the 80's theme and we finished off downtown with some Coast Guard friends. It was a wonderful night and a great way to ...
... the fort buildings are part of the campus of Northern Idaho College.
Two of the best preserved buildings are the Officers' Quarters and the Red Chapel.
From the college campus we came back up through the downtown area along Sherman Street. After passing through downtown and some beautiful residential areas, we took the trail around Tubbs Hill, ...
... and then drove as far along the lakeside roads as we could get. (Construction halted a full trip around). I must say, I really thought that Beautiful Bay lived up to its name.
We had a busy but beautiful day.
Thank you Coeur d'Alene for a great time.
Tomorrow we head to Glacier National Park in Montana. We heard that part of it is still closed with up to 20 feet of snow. Good thing we brought jackets and a 4 wheel drive vehicle!
It wasn't too long to Idaho from Yellowstone and the drive seemed to go fast for me. I was a little anxious. This was the last stop before the cruise. Crazy!
I was also getting really excited to see baby Jack and Jeremy and Missi, and Kim and Robert. The only state sign I missed was Montana! I couldn't convince Chris to turn around at the Idaho border to get it. He said that was cheating. But we were there! ...
... 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 ...