Clark House on Hayden Lake
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... There were people everywhere. In the heart of the town was a large recreation area with beaches and water activities galore. The population is 44,000. We were in and out of Idaho quickly. Driving Into WA was a nice drive. We enjoyed the variety of crops in the fields. One area said they were the largest potato producing county in the state. There were potato fields everywhere. The irrigation systems were ...
... 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: ...
... sent to us at home. We'll pass through here enroute to Lynn's Salmon Fishing Trip in August. In the meantime, it's all good.
The rain we experienced off and on today was some serious Spring Storm action, much like we Mountain Folk have in April...or May...or June, depending on the when and how of spring in the high country. It mostly passed quickly and the blue sky is dominating as I type this and watch the ...
... bottles on my bike, as well as drop a flask into my bike gear bag. I got body marked, then Clark waited outside the transition area while I got my tires pumped, then we walked over to the special needs drop-off. Right as I was making my way back to the transition area I saw a guy from my tri club, Trevor, and we hung out with him for a bit until I felt like it was time for me to get fully into my wetsuit and turn in my morning clothes ...
... used was their smallest, and the staff is still warming up for the busy upcoming summer activity after a long Rocky Mountain winter.
The Coeur d’Alene Resort is outstanding – and they are treating us like royalty. We are billeted in a lovely 15th floor, two-tiered room with fireplace, overlooking the lake through a huge set of picture windows. Scott and I plan to be on site up to 10 days; Ruth ...