Clark House on Hayden Lake
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... wetlands full of water lilies and wild rice, a perfect home for song birds and animals. The biking from Mullen to Harrison was all downhill and flat, we did it in two days, visited the museums in both Mullen and the historical mining town of Wallace. We spent one night at Kellogg and was surprised to find a Chinese restaurant in this town. After biking for two hot days, we decided to rent a jet ski ...
Econolodge in Ellensburg...........268.37 on visa (our room) and 220.53 on visa (KB's room) Went to the Yellow Church Cafe with Ethan and Kristin for breakfast. It was delicious.........69.78 on visa. Back to hotel to check out and be on our way home . Kristin and Ethan headed west and we headed east. They got home ...
... 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 ...
Great day! We left the crazy KOA where everybody appears to be way rude and unhappy. We of course had the ritual bumper sticker hanging before we left too. We stopped at Kootenai Falls for a nice hike to the swinging bridge. Now, we of course had our precious puppy with us. She needs hikes right? Well...she didn't like the swinging bridge very much. We were all scared stiff! ...
Final day. With the late night at the concert yesterday and no real rush to get to Denver we slept in and packed our suitcases for our flights home. About 10AM we set off for a Starbucks in downtown Cheyenne. Along the way we viewed the downtown all spruced up for the Frontier Days visitors. We passed by the State capital as well. Starbucks was packed with tourists and locals. You know Cheyenne is ...