Clark House on Hayden Lake
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- Free parking
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... me. A house blend cheese, cheddar and apple slices rounded out the flavorful thin crusted pizza which was served on a logo embossed cutting board. The burger was a handful even when it was cut in half. The hand-pressed burgers are ground daily with a blend of choice Angus chuck and pork belly, and two 1/4 pound patties are stacked in each serving. German sausage, Swiss cheese, caramelized onions, stone ground mustard, aioli, and housemade ...
... past. In many areas, this combines with a lower than average winter precipitation. “Red Flag” days and “Extreme Fire Hazard” warnings are normal right now. Many of the fires we have run across were started by lightning strikes. However, several have been caused by the carelessness of people.
CDA was the perfect layover destination before heading for our planned two weeks at Glacier National Park (one ...
... sometime on the water. Coeur d'Alene is a long and big lake, lots of osprey nesting on posts in the water. Even with all the boating, skiing, kayaking activities on the lake, we never felt crowded as the Lake of Ozarks. The breeze was cool and the water was calm most of the time. We both enjoyed our first jet ski ride.
We stopped by Bellingham, Washington, a town about 40 miles from Vancouver. ...
... many, many beautiful mountains. We were in Idaho fairly quickly. On interstate 90 there is a stretch of road called Lookout Pass. We tried to get pictures but it was very overcast so the pictures aren't very clear. We did discover a town in Idaho we would definitely like to visit again. The town is Coeur D' Alene and has a mammoth lake down the center of it. The downtown area was booming with shops ...
... passes in Washington and being ahead of my mileage expectations. I even told Maura this morning how amazed I was that only my arthritic hand and wrist joints were sore, my legs and core were strong thanks to P90X3. I knew "I got this" and I truly believed that the 4,300 mile trip would be cinch after The Rockies.