Hampton Inn & Suites Coeur d'Alene
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It's been a long time since I've updated. Or at least it seems so. It is, relatively to everything I've done in that short time.
I've been intimidated to start too, because of everything I've done and everything I want to record and remember.
Sitting here tonight, in Idaho, I decided to at least upload photos and video. Partly because it will refresh memory and feeling, and partly because I'm running out of phone storage!
More soon. Hope all is well with ...
The drive from Banff to Coeur D'Alene, Idaho was only 6 hours – except crossing the border took us almost a full hour. For some reason (I guess we looked like we were smuggling in something illegal!) we were detained by Homeland Security, and they had to search our car. They let us go after telling us they could have fined us $300 for ...
... me to this portion of the post: Beer in Review. I'm switching back and forth between two brews from the Deschutes Brewery in Bend, Oregon: Deschutes River Ale and Twilight Summer Ale. I had wanted to try some Idaho beer but my commitment to local patronage is not strong and I gave up the search in Safeway. I deem both to be good beer. Just trust my judgment and I won't bore you with detailed analyses. They're hoppy but not overwhelmingly ...
... finally a twisted narrow gravel section. Ma ny teams had navigation errors. We were caught by the surprising location of the end control and due to a communicatuon error were 20 sec ahead of time!
A short stop at Mac's Café outside Libby, where one could buy all sorts of equipment for fishing and hunting, including all sorts of weapons((!), followed by a short run to the time control at Little Joe's restaurant at Troy.
... formations, the best of these around the Bowl and Pitcher which you'll probably not have much time to study as this is where the roughest Class III water of the journey is and you'll need to concentrate on your paddling (head back later to study these rocks as they're quite unique). There's lots of ponderosa pine forests and we saw several ...
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