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... the water, and while it was cold, I was expected a lot colder. Still no way I would get in it.
Kind of makes me wonder if anyone does raft down this. It seems way way to rough for anyone to get through it. Just look at the videos below to see what I mean (It was windy, so the videos are loud, sorry!).
Video #1 - The Kootenai River
Video #2 - The Kootenai Falls
Back to the trail to head back to ...
... long, the largest lake and reservoir in the state. Also had some Huckleberry ice cream at the visitor center. In Spokane we stayed at the Red Lion Hotel. It was very nice. Had dinner at Perkins, I had the fish and Steve had the pot roast. Very filling! Walked around Spokane, saw a park that had a large wagon. Took a gondola ride, was very warm inside. Saw a lot in Spokane while walking around. Didn't get back to the hotel until 8:30 or ...
... a photo of it for the sake of being able to say I made it this time.
We had been very close, but we didn't have time to ask people (I spent over an hour asking directions and getting blank stares before someone sent me in the right direction).
Along the way I'd seen these things pumping and decided it would be appropriate to photograph them too:
... revealed ours to be the only cross country bikes. Are we getting the hint? And so, it was onto the lift. The expert trail A-Line is truly world class. There are jumps and drops that are 15 or more feet in the air. Wow! Should we take A-Line on truly inferior equipment? Actually in a rare moment of clarity I actually opted for an intermediate run called B-Line (what else) and we headed for it. It is a flow trail without jumps or drops. In a word, spectacular. ...
... point of our route. Founded in the late 19th century by Jesuit priests, Gonzaga is evidence of a strong regional presence by the Catholics earlier in the century due to their work with local Native American tribes. We've encountered this aspect of the Inland Empire's heritage more than once already in our planning.
An unexpected attraction of the campus is a room dedicated to the achievements ...