Guesthouse International Inn
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... and we all had a nice dinner and birthday celebration for Chris and Missi's 30th. As we left Chris spotted an American flag and said we should send a picture to Mom and Peter. I didn't see the humor until I noticed I was holding everyone's leftovers (3 boxes), something rarely seen in Australia. Check out the pics in the "Bye Idaho" ...
... Union Pacific Railroad route from Mullan, ID on the Montana border to Plummer near the Washington state line. The trail is fairly straight, flat, and paved with asphalt, but the views are lovely as it winds along the Coeur d'Alene River.
Near the end of our 8K segment of the trail, we stopped to watch this mother moose and her baby, munching on the greenery along the river.
... at the dealership again. (I seem to be using "again" quite frequently.) She let us do a more acquainted look through the ACE, the smaller coach. We had watched an in-depth video from the Thor company last eve and knew much more about it and what to look for.
Then, we took it for a short test drive. Comments: The Goodyear RV tires have great traction in the deep snow of the RV lot. The coach has great power: 362HP, 457 Ft.Lbs. of torque. It ...
... it is over 1200 miles in length.
The drive was really great we took highway 97 which was fast and great for scenery, we spent our time sharing the driving and enjoyed the trip we had fun playing name that tune while listening to "The Bridge" it is a serious radio station from the 70's Bryan kicked my butt...clearly I wasn't old enough in the 70's lol.
We are staying the ...
... for the night. Alaska would have to wait for another trip. On the trip back to Whistler, the steering grew even heavier and the seizing was occurring nearly every time the steering wheel was turned--which on switchbacks was limitless. We drove slowly to Whistler checking into a different hotel (This time with A/C!) arriving at 12;45 am We agreed to stay two nights because we were wrecked. Tristan slept to 11:30 and enjoyed the hotel room most of the day. We ...