Mcfarland Inn Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... Spokane River and along the bike path into the city of Coeur d'Alene. The area is an outdoor adventuring paradise with boating, kayaking, biking, hiking, and much more to enjoy in warm weather and skiing and snow fun in the winter. Jim and I both agreed that this is the first place we could imagine ourselves living if we ever decided to move--no plans for that though! What a mess the RV and truck were from our drive out of Montana after the first snow of ...
Today started and ended in rain as we made our way northwest from Missoula to Couer d'Alene.
To start our day, our plan was to get up early and ride for a couple of hours to the town of St. Regis Montana where we’d find a café/restaurant, have a late breakfast and watch the US v. Germany World Cup match… Mission accomplished. We were excited to see the US make it into the next round. At the same ...
It's been a long time since I've updated. Or at least it seems so. It is, relatively to everything I've done in that short time.
I've been intimidated to start too, because of everything I've done and everything I want to record and remember.
Sitting here tonight, in Idaho, I decided to at least upload photos and video. Partly because it will refresh memory and feeling, and partly because I'm running out of phone storage!
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... we left went back. I left only spending $20 in 1.5 hours. Cheap entertainment. Now we are relaxing in our horribly over priced (and not nearly as nice as the others we stayed in) watching tv getting ready for the last leg of our adventure. Tomorrow is back to the lake, with a quick detour coffee with Christal. Can't wait to get back to my Canadian phone service, kids and ...
... 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 ...