Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites - Coeur D'Alene
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Nice hotel. Free dinner and breakfast included.
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... a few times. The jig was up but Chris still didn't know WHO was coming (he guessed Whitney and Hannah. He was convinced Brian was in Mexico). Soon he saw a guy with a familiar purple "Friends for Life" hat and jumped out of the car. Yay! Brian was here! It was so great to see him and catch up. He has done his own life-changing/world traveling things since we last saw each ...
... 1/8 of what we have at home. Some spots are heavier but for the most part it is very nice. At times we felt that we had the rode to ourselves. Now once we get to the coast my post may change on the car thing :) This trip has brought back alot of memories of past trips. Sturgis in '05 and Montana in '10. It's amazing how you remember things and your way after so many ...
... an admitted abject failure, but willing to give it a shot.
We all had fun, especially the kids, who are fourteen and eleven years of age. It's always fun to observe how young folks operate in public doing something new. It's a good time to learn, if you know what I mean.
Rich was the best bowler of our group of eight. He easily scored in the triple digits each game. I'll not comment on how each of us ...
... Weather can change very quickly
3. It can get really windy
4. Temperature changes can happen quickly
5. Just when you are sure you are screwed, you are not
6. Just when you think you are all clear you are screwed
Route 12 is 180 miles of turns with the occasional straightaway which usually lasts less than 1/4 mile. I never thought I would ever say "great ...
We met Robert Singletary this morning in his office in the Museum of North Idaho. Over the past few decades, Bob has become the local expert on northern Idaho history, and we had arranged for a walking tour of the oldest core of the town.
As we began our walk along the shores of Lake Coeur d'Alene, rain began falling in earnest. We broke out rain gear as Bob shared how General William Tecumseh Sherman had come west ...