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TravelPod Member ReviewsWolf Lodge RV Campground Coeur d'Alene
This was our first stay at the Wolf Lodge Campground (Sam's Club). The young man who checked us in was extremely friendly and helpful. The campground itself was very clean and so were the showers/washroom.
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... five hour drive out of Bozeman, Montana, we arrived in Coeur D'Alene, Idaho for some dinner and then hopped over to Spokane, Washington for the night. I can smell the difference in the air as we arrived in the northwest. Call it just a coincidence, but as soon as we walked out of the restaurant, I could smell it. And having spent a couple of years up here, it felt comfortable. I can't wait to get to the ...
... 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 ...
... a good sushi lunch. IRL FB get-togethers rock. :-)
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... hoped would provide shelter.
The story is the stuff of legends – Pulaski held his terrified crew at gunpoint in the mine, checking their instinct to flee the claustrophobic confines of the smoke-filled shaft, knowing that the mine was their only hope of escaping the fire. Pulaski was later overcome by smoke and heat as he wetted down the timbers at the face of the shaft. After the fire passed by, and the men realized they were still alive, ...