BEST WESTERN PLUS Peppertree Airport Inn
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... to see Paul and Cheryl, folks we met at the Luther 500 event in Germany a few years ago. They have a two year old granddaughter so they’re used to choppy visiting also.
Next we went to see Emily, that is Dr. Emily. She’s been such a great help to us, as she is a wonderfully smart and caring pediatrician, and she talks us down when we’re convinced Teddy is seriously sick or injured. We have texted her A LOT of pictures and questions about ...
... sweetie. The best part of this trip was being with you. ;-) To Bobbie & Marty Salina: No better travel companions on this planet. Adventuresome, flexible, generous, genuine, and an energy inspiration. Thank you Salt Solutions! ("Salina" Italian translation - I kid you not!) To Rick Steves: His "My Way" tour was the perfect combination of set transportation/lodging and unencumbered free time. Also thanks to Laura, our ...
... camaraderie...that made a big difference. Dan was happy in his usual window seat, and I was ok in the middle. Not too many small children on the flight; I noticed a mom with two small girls across the aisle and thought at first one of them was making the sing-song chatter I kept hearing, but I decided not. Mom had brought them a few toys and movies to watch; she was patient and they were really well behaved. I was trying to figure out this mom, who seemed pretty ...
... my side of the bed had also become soaked. Good thing my parents are always prepared and had a warm dry blanket for me. The next morning I was slow to wake up. By the time I was up and out of my tent everyone had packed up and was ready to leave.
Apparently there was a big storm on its way so we said good bye and quickly broke down camp. We made it just in time. As we were leaving, there was a huge black cloud rolling in. When we got home it felt good to take a nice ...
... just in case. We never ran into anything too crazy but we did see some moose and deer. You could also hear gun fire from all the hunters, which along the trail had small no shooting signs...comforting.
The Coeur d'Alene (CDA) Trail was an old train line that transported coal. There was contamination on the route so something needed to be done. They decided to pave it and then that allowed for people like us to make good use out of it. You do see signs to ...