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... at Perkins and then met the bus to drive to Coeur d'Alene, Idaho.
Our 10 km Volkswalk in Coeur d'Alene started at Memorial Park and ambled through the town and along the Spokane River. The town's name means "heart of the awl." In other words, they were shrewd traders. The population is about 44,000. General Sherman established an Army Post here in 1878. We walked through North Idaho ...
It wasn't too long to Idaho from Yellowstone and the drive seemed to go fast for me. I was a little anxious. This was the last stop before the cruise. Crazy!
I was also getting really excited to see baby Jack and Jeremy and Missi, and Kim and Robert. The only state sign I missed was Montana! I couldn't convince Chris to turn around at the Idaho border to get it. He said that was cheating. But we were there! ...
... for the night. Alaska would have to wait for another trip. On the trip back to Whistler, the steering grew even heavier and the seizing was occurring nearly every time the steering wheel was turned--which on switchbacks was limitless. We drove slowly to Whistler checking into a different hotel (This time with A/C!) arriving at 12;45 am We agreed to stay two nights because we were wrecked. Tristan slept to 11:30 and enjoyed the hotel room most of the day. We ...
... I felt great. I was so excited when I got out of the water! I high-fived people and tripped in the sand I was so happy. I made my way up to the wet suit peelers (thank goodness for the wet suit peelers!) then found my bike gear bag. A volunteer escorted me into the change tent and helped me get ready, even put my socks on my feet. Those people were amazing. I got slathered with sunscreen, grabbed my bike, and was out on the bike course after 1:22. Charley had said that if I ...
... as well as checked in my bike and gear, while he went to the hotel to clean up after his rainy camping trip at Glacier National Park. Then we met up again in town and walked around so I could show him the sights. I was excited to show him the whole Ironman setup, and where the swim will be, and where the transition area is, and we walked by the finish area as well. It really started sinking ...
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