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... sooner! I miss her! Chris' BFF (and mine) Brian, aka Franz, made it happen! And somehow I kept the secret for months! This morning I told Chris I wanted to go for a drive. I said wherever the car takes me. He tried to get me to go East. What was beautiful about Spokane? But we flew right by and to the airport. I was picturing pulling up with Brian outside but we had to ...
Finally done with our last longest day another 675 miles. Left Wyoming at 7am and traveled almost the whole day thru Montana and ending in Idaho. Nice weather rode with heavier jackets most of day big difference from yesterday, although it did start warming up in the afternoon. Huge bonus was I thought we wouldn't enter Pacific time until tomorrow. I am not sure when ...
... have just returned from dinner at Tomato Street. The birthday has been well celebrated. Lynn did try to say that Fiona is one of my gifts, but I'm not so sure if I can handle anymore excitement.
With the weather as "iffy" as it is, we may have to wait a bit for our return. The trip out here was plenty of excitement for most any septuagenarian, us included. We will keep you up to date as things happen.
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Today I took another "shortcut". On recommendation from another rider I took Rt 12 from Missoula to Lewiston. From there route 95 to Coeur D'Alene, Idaho. It looked overcast when I left and in 10 minutes it looked nasty. Rain gear on. Weather is sure different up here. Here is what I have learned.
1. Weather on one side of the mountain has no correlation to the weather on the other ...
... is now the campus of North Idaho College, Bob shared how mining shaped the region starting in the 1880s when first gold, then massive deposits of silver were discovered in the valleys to the east. A transcontinental railroad was punched through the Rockies north of here at Sandpoint in the early 1880s. Big mining interests soon showed up to fund the establishment of spur rail lines from the mining communities east of ...