Lake Coeur D'Alene Camping Resort
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The first photo is coming in to Lake Coeur d'Alene campground, all the others are from right here in the campground. We would never see stuff like this at home!
Started today with a blown water hose in Klyed. It took awhile to find a hardware store, but Mike got it fixed. Then we had this bright idea to go find an RV supply store and get some new 12v bulbs for the two that were out, aannddd...since we are in town lets take the dogs to a dog wash. So we did. They were none to pleased and by the look on …
... many people on paddle boards. I checked out prices which were really reasonable. We rented one paddleboard, one single kayak, and one double kayak for one hour. The total cost was $43.00. Considering Custer State Park wanted $40 per paddleboat for one hour, this is a fabulous deal.
Alexa started on the paddleboard. She was scared to stand up. Then, she was scared if we didn’t stay nearby. However, she didn’t want off. Eventually, she stood and paddled for ...
... we save room for our Dinner and also save a lot of time. We're at a La Quinta Inn, which is just across the road from the Tomato Street Restaurant. It's one of two restaurants, the other being in Spokane. It's Italian fare and some of the best food we've found anywhere. If you're in the area, its well worth checking out. Lynn had the special and I had the Blackened Cajun Chicken Fettuccini. Since it's New Year's Day, we ...
... and saw the following arches: Windows, Turret, Double Arch, Delicate Arch, Landscape Arch, and Navajo Arch.
Our third stop was Salt Lake City, UT. We arrived on July 2nd. We took a tour of Kennecott Copper Mine and the Great Salt Lake. Kennecott Copper Mine produces 25% of all the copper in the U.S.. This mine is so large that it is one of the only two man-made creations visible from the space shuttle. The other is The Great Wall of China. We ...