Katie's Wild Rose Inn Bed and Breakfast Overlooking Coeur d'Alene Lake
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... couldn’t help but be impressed by the precision and skill of the Germans… as always, they have to be considered one of the favorites.
This was another day of following rivers. We spent the majority of the day following one river after the next. First, we proceeded along the aptly named Flathead river, then the Clark Fork river, briefly along the St Regis, and, finally the St. Joe. In the process ...
... removal of multiple weeks of grime so that I could once again actually open up my rear hatch without having to wash my hands immediately afterward every time.
I left town via the non-ferry route, and this route took me next through a town called Salmo, whose “Welcome” sign touts its rock murals throughout town. I took a few minutes to drive around and I was able to find four of them on various buildings; pretty neat.
From there, ...
... they love pets as much as we love ours! Kudos to Shilo Inns!
Because we arrived too early to check in, Tom decided to take Lisa on a SHORT scenic drive around Lake Coeur d'Alene. We headed down the west side of the lake and then took Route 5 to Saint Maries. Talk about a windy road. Thankfully, both Cody and Lisa did not get sick. This drive was actually a big reminder of the depressed state of affairs ...
... br> We then had some lunch and decided to go swimming at the beach. Jess had a "swim suite fiasco". The local, public beach was too crowded and dirty so we went back to the hotel and swam in the indoor pool. Jess tried to provide Joe with some swimming tips but he didn't listen too well.
We then went to dinner at Tito's ...
... to some prerace music that I felt would calm me a bit as we drove. The sunrise was beautiful, pinks and oranges with fog still lingering on the pine-covered mountains. We arrived to the transition area at exactly the time I wanted to get there: just before 5am. Parking was a breeze. Transition closed at 6:15am, so I had plenty of time to get situated before the start of the race at 6:35am.
My first order of business was to get ...
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