Cedar Mountain Farm Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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Well we started another Saturday with Pancakes, that's becoming our routine. We organised ourselves for another day of adventure. We were heading towards Sandpoint to have some Mexican and to try and see a moose. We packed up some necessities, some keystone light beer and some lime-a-Rita's and hit the road. The spot we were going was about half way between Sandpoint and Bonners right at the base of the mountains that make up Schweitzer. When we got there the ground ...
... could we not use phones, we also could not email.
Wintrop & Twisp are part of the Washington Cascade Loop. The loop goes from the Snohomish River Valley to Stevens Pass Greeway to Leavenworth Foothills to Columbia River Valley to Lake Chelan Valley to The Methow (which is where Twisp/Winthrop are) to North Cascades to Skagit Valley & Fidalgo Island to Whidbey Scenic Isle Way.
Tuesday, 8/5: ...
... It was incredible! Full rooms set up with original furniture from the late 1800s, even a school room. Old historic photos of the mines and miners, the fire that was the worst fire in US history, even old baseball cards with Shoeless Joe and others. There were even old buildings in the town. Then we went on to the Old Mission. ...
... I will have been in Idaho for less than 24 hours, as I enter Montana tomorrow, but I have enjoyed my time here. Things are a bit scrappier: people, roads, mosquitos. Although from what I hear, we have only just begun to know the plague that is the mosquito of summer months. The first thing two separate people have responded with upon hearing I was traveling to Minnesota was, 'bring bugspray'. Colville WA > Priest River ID, 70.57 miles (thank you Rob), Day ...
... going on. Eventually I was satisfied that I knew what I was doing, and that it was time to get into town and check in my bike and gear bags. The drive into town is simple, but it was still about 30 minutes so I was only planning on driving in once; get my stuff checked in, then do a bit of a ride and run workout. So of course I was pretty mad at myself when I got off at my exit and realized ...