Clark House on Hayden Lake
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... It was a beautiful/scenic ride, but I will admit that I was on the edge of my seat as we climbed, descended and took continuous hairpin turns. The roads are lined with evergreens/pines --- it's just beautiful and we even past an area which was full of cherry orchards. Needless to say, it was unbelievable , but of course, I would NOT drive the motorhome on these roads. The Coville National Forest then turns into the ...
... remaining area from the car. We then drove on to Coeur d'Alene. We had lunch in a shopping mall with a movie theatre. Since the rain continued we went to the movies to see, "A Million Ways to Die in the West". Not the best movie, but better than walking in the rain. When we left the movie theatre the rain had stopped. We drove to the resort and walked around. Just a beautiful area. We had dinner at Dockside in the resort. Good food with a great ...
... for an afternoon swim. We talked with them for about 1/2 hour and they said that they really loved the area as they really enjoyed the outdoor life, hunting and fishing. They also said that if we were interested in moving here to retire, we should also visit during the winter. Bottom line, summers are short and winters are long so everyone has to embrace winter activities or get cabin fever.
This was a very beautiful area. ...
What is often true of hikes like these is that you spend a lot of time trekking through forest and one tree soon begins to look like all the others. Due to the thick vegetation, visibility is limited until you reach viewpoints, where you are often rewarded with stunning views, in this case out over splendid Lake Coeur d’Alene. The work/reward ratio, however, for this kind of trail is often on the low side. ...
... hands back our passports and waves us on. "Have a great vacation," he tells us. I exhale and we drive away. This man has to be the nicest US border guard I have ever encountered. We should have taken his name. I think he should be promoted and become the trainer of all future border guards.
The highway continues to be narrow. We pass through Idaho farmland in a valley between two mountain ranges. The biggest challenge ...