Days Inn Coeur d'Alene
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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We've had a great last few days in Idaho. A highlight for me was playing with Jack. He would learn so quick! First he'd sit on my lap while we watched Jeremy and Chris play a game. Then he grabbed a wallet and we started handing cards back and forth. Then he found the cash! It was a great spending time with the Johnson family. Thank you Kim and Robert for everything this visit. It was great spending time with you and we look forward to seeing you again before 2015 is up. Happy New ...
... the town's history, including this patch that shows the sign posted just outside of town. We passed the sign itself several times along I-90 but always going too fast to take a photo. Legend has it that the town got its start when Noah Kellogg lost track of his donkey, and when he finally found it, it was standing next to an outcropping of silver ore.
Well, you can't say I didn't warn you...
We couldn't stay at our favorite franchised motel in Kennewick, due to the fact that they tried to extricate a hundred-plus dollars a night from my Scottish wallet. In other words, we love La Quinta, but that one was to rich for our blood. Instead, we found a Quality Inn about two hundred feet (exaggeration) from the motorhome land for a much more reasonable cost. Since it was my birthday, we had planned ...
... we saw along the way, we passed through a small town and there at the end of the town was a tall tree all branches no leaves and it was full of running shoes...yes shoes tied by their laces all hanging on the tree...the tree was packed it was hilarious. Another thing I've never seen is cows running, I've seen many cows over the years but I've never seen them all running together having ...
... worse and worse. The bike course was not easy. It was two out-and-backs that you do twice. The first time through was pretty much excruciating, not for my legs, just for my head. I couldn't think about anything except how badly my head hurt and that was a tough way to go through 60 miles of a grind of a bike course. During the first part of my second loop, I stopped to refill water and take some ibuprofen. Within about 10 minutes of taking it I felt like a new person, back ...