Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites - Coeur D'Alene
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Nice hotel. Free dinner and breakfast included.
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Finally done with our last longest day another 675 miles. Left Wyoming at 7am and traveled almost the whole day thru Montana and ending in Idaho. Nice weather rode with heavier jackets most of day big difference from yesterday, although it did start warming up in the afternoon. Huge bonus was I thought we wouldn't enter Pacific time until tomorrow. I am not sure when ...
... WE had bowled was in 1988. Yep, that's twenty-five years ago. The meantime didn't do a lot to improve our style, but we didn't hurt ourselves.....much. My "hook" to the left of the lane survived the years and Lynn's tricky thumb helped her to do some creative work on the hardwoods. Lynn had actually bowled in the past. In fact, I remember watching her bowl on a team and picking her up at the Star Lanes in Butte, back in the Dark Ages. ...
... it. I am now 6' 6". A lot of buffeting too. I found a new technique. I get down low and rest my chin guard on my tank bag. That reduces my wind drag and gives my neck some relief. The wind pressure coming around the wind screen seems to insulate my head from the cross winds. I gained an hour with the new timezone and could have logged more miles but I was pretty tired so I stopped for the night.
It's 2:50pm, Monday afternoon, and I feel like I'm on holidays. We had a great sleep last night. Not too hot, not too cool, which was surprising given the clear skies and our precarious perch on a mountain side. When the day began it began full tilt: baby to feed, boy to entertain, individual ablutions to accommodate, and breakfast for all in a 4*10 living space. But it was painless. I did have to forgo my own shower and change of ...
... we went off the bike path multiple times. As a result, we only biked from the Visitor Center to Hopi’s Point (elevation 7,071 feet) on Hermit Road. Beginning of Hermit Road has a 6% grade for ½ mile. Viewpoints on the bike route included Powell’s Point, Hopi Point and Mather’s Point. Stephen Mather laid the foundation to NP services.
Our second stop was Arches NP. We arrived at Arches NP in Moab, UT on June 28th. We hiked about ...