Mcfarland Inn Bed and Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Free parking
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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 ...
... to go with the greens. I visited delightful Lakeside Park, where there a quite a number of pieces by local sculptors, and then drove up the hills to Gyro Park where there is a higher-altitude viewpoint and more fabulous fall color. I also drove back across the bridge over Kootenay Lake's West Arm for some panoramic views of this beautiful town built into the hills over the water. Before leaving town I stopped at the city’s only car wash, and got a ...
... one orange that we had in our bag but hadn’t told them about. Geez, don’t get me started, they wouldn’t even let me use the bathroom!
Coeur D’Alene is a beautiful lake-resort community, but the highlight for me was getting to spend time quality time with my brother Matt, his wife Rachel and daughter ...
... frayed. Mel is apparently immune to child-induced stress. Props to her, though I think she fakes it sometimes. We arrived at Lake Coeur d'Alene Camping Resort around 4:30 pm local time. This was the first pop-up and I didn't want to disappoint. I didn't in a technical sense but I am a bit annoyed at how annoyed I got during the set-up. It had been a long day already and I really just wanted to sit and do nothing. Drink beer maybe. ...
... the finish with a smile on my face and gas in the tank. After 13 hours, I couldn't believe it was over. I AM AN IRONMAN!
The volunteer that guided me through the finish area was very sweet and showed me where to go to get my picture taken and he was about to pass me off to the medical team when I stopped. "I.... I just have to find my boyfriend" I said to him. I was craning my neck, trying to find Clark. I knew he'd be close, but there were so many people around, I ...