Mcfarland Inn Bed and Breakfast
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... and then drove as far along the lakeside roads as we could get. (Construction halted a full trip around). I must say, I really thought that Beautiful Bay lived up to its name.
We had a busy but beautiful day.
Thank you Coeur d'Alene for a great time.
Tomorrow we head to Glacier National Park in Montana. We heard that part of it is still closed with up to 20 feet of snow. Good thing we brought jackets and a 4 wheel drive vehicle!
... and headed for the room to pack up and head out. I'd done some reading in one of the repair manuals about the heavy/seizing steering. The recommendation was to pull the steering column and repack the bearings and refresh the gear oil. Off to the auto parts store we went! With all of the repairs we've completed, we've learned to attempt the easiest solution first and then work towards the more challenging. Removing the plug for the steering box we looked ...
Ok folks! We are just about ready to leave Couer d'Alene, ID and head to Glacier National Park, MT. Yesterday was a very interesting day. We left Hat Rock Campground and made pretty good time UNTIL....dun dun DUUUUUUN....we got a flat tire. In the process of putting the spare on (thank the Lord we had one), I had to pee like no other. Luckily there was a patch of trees, the only patch of trees, just 50 feet away. I, Roxanne ...
... worse and worse. The bike course was not easy. It was two out-and-backs that you do twice. The first time through was pretty much excruciating, not for my legs, just for my head. I couldn't think about anything except how badly my head hurt and that was a tough way to go through 60 miles of a grind of a bike course. During the first part of my second loop, I stopped to refill water and take some ibuprofen. Within about 10 minutes of taking it I felt like a new person, back ...
... the border at Christina Lake. I'm somewhat apprehensive - will the Rialta behave herself for our trip? Time will tell - but no time to dwell - decision made - eyes closed, fingers crossed, make a wish and LET'S HAVE SOME FUN! Here we come Toronto!
The border crossing went well - passports and Keko's travelling papers were all in order - no issues to contend with - that's a first!. Welcome Washington state.
Not too ...