Comfort Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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Jeff and I walked holding hands, admiring the snowflakes, the whiteness in the night, dreaming about our life together. We were holding hands, not separated even for a second of piles of snow and ice on the roads. We dreamt of our own place, cozy fireplace and big Christmas tree. The walk, the night, the flakes.... It was magical. Our special moment together, something to treasure for the rest of our ...
... road west. The sign saying it is not maintained in winter should have been a clue. We cross Thompson Pass, All forest, with long steep grade up and a short steep grade down. There was no steep downgrade % sign. I am sure that sign would have scared the driver. We decided that if we had a body we need to dispose of this would be the place. Maybe Jimmy Hoffa resides here. We felt like Lewis and Clark on a highway. As we descend ...
... mad dash to the trees, plopped down and was rewarded with the "first one to pee on the side of the road" reward. Once Matt, the manly man he is, finished the tire, we drove it into Spokane to fill the spare up with air. Eventually we made it to Couer d'Alene, ID and had some fabulous burgers from Hudson's Burger Joint down by the water. It was definitely an adventure to get to the joint because the main road was closed due to ...
... and nervous. That's where I'm going to swim! The lake is huge, and it's very pretty. I didn't need to go into town this evening, but just wanted to drive around and I'm looking forward to going back tomorrow. Lots of signs welcoming IM athletes. I've heard that this town really embraces the IM and I think it's true! I arrived at my hotel around 6pm, and was relieved to know that the drive is very easy to get into Coeur d'Alene. ...
... I looked at the road we had to use to get out of the park. Narrow, cars parked both side of the road, right turn to a very tight left turn to get to the exit.
Got the owners of the cars to move them the following morning, maneuvered around the tight turn, and escaped!
Glad we made that stop at Sattui Winery in Napa ...