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Was a good day all around. My goal was to make the Idaho line. I followed a paved bike trail called The Centennial Trail. It was awesome til I lost it and somehow found myself up on a big highway (290).
I've only done a little over 30 miles, but that's pretty good considering I haven't toured in 6 years. Pulling the weight is something I will get used to before too long, but not yet. I am already sore in all the obvious places and getting up tomorrow might be a little tough. I ...
Route: Hermiston, OR to Athol, ID via Pasco, WA--216 miles.
Campground: Silverwood Resort, Athol, ID
Today was a day of driving.
The geography gradually changed as we traveled east. At first, there were scattered trees with grasslands; then, there were no trees at all. Instead, major areas of grain fields prevailed. Some of these were sprinkled for irrigation; some were fallow; ...
... unlikely that Mineral Ridge will be part of our Reunion walk medley.
From Mineral Ridge, we drove south along the Coeur d’Alene Scenic Byway to Harrison, once a bustling logging port and largest town on the lake, now a metropolis of about 200 souls surviving on tourism and services offered to bikers peddling the Trail of the Coeur d’Alenes. We continued up Highway 3, focused on testing various sections of ...
... s made some of the choices he's made, what he thinks/feels, and where he wants to go now. And I'd like to think he's learned a thing or two about who I am as a 38-year-old woman. I'm honored and grateful to have had this special week and all these miles. Thank you, Dad.
Today's musical accompaniment: None... but Dad did sings a few lyrics from some various cowboy songs, as he was inspired by the landscape.
... guns and coffee'. I wonder if Starbucks knows about this?? We found a Bates Motel which kind of resembled that in the Hitchcock movie. Also found a drive through grocery store. Must be handy when it's snowing and you don't want to get your feet wet.
Tomorrow we are crusing downtown Coeur d'Alene and taking a hike on Tubbs Hill. We hear the views from the top of the hill are stunning so we are taking the big camera again - no iPhone for Tubbs Hill ...
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