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... t recall his name, but he seemed very athletic and strong, but I suppose lacked some exposure and experience. He was from Alaska and probably hard to get a lot of competition or exposure up there, but he is here now at North Idaho and looking tough. Before the match, I obviously joked saying my wife would leave me if I lost to a younger guy, but there was a side of me that said I could actually get embarrassed out here. The guy is ...
... the name and location of each person who gives them a silver dollar. The dollars are hung throughout the bar. Also, there is a large tourist gift shop attached.
We gained an hour entering Idaho. It’s going to be hard driving back when we lose time. Originally, we were going to spend a couple of days in Coeur d’Alene. Time isn’t on our side with everything we want to see, so we just went for the afternoon. The girls wanted to swim in the lake. ...
... of Auburn, in the usual fog, at 9:30AM. I drove about a hundred miles or so and Lynn took the wheel. We had lots of fog, off and on, but the Summit of Snoqualmie it was relatively clear. Traffic was only semi-psychotic. Driving early on a holiday seems to be the best way to escape the area. It worked for us.
We got into Coeur d'Alene, Idaho at about 2:30PM. By stopping at a Rest Area and having cheese, crackers, fruit ...
... activity, especially in Darby. At Lolo Montana I headed southwest on 12 along the Lewis and Clark Hwy. Its a famous stretch that runs along river traversed by L&C and it was 100 miles of gorgeous and challenging scenic roadway. The Moose & Elk crossing warning signs were intimidating, but I only saw bambis. I turned northwest at Kooskia Idaho remaining on 12 until I reached Lewiston ...
... are here for 3 days to make arrangements with the abundantly attentive resort staff. The facility is pretty amazing – everything first class – and the resort staff we’re working with have been surprisingly flexible in the rooms and services offered for our functions.
At this point, our resort-based functions start with a ballroom greeting on the evening of Day 1, followed by dessert on the ...