Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites - Coeur D'Alene
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Nice hotel. Free dinner and breakfast included.
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... tavern and ************ with the other alumni. Shaun Williams was there who was a former roommate of mine who made the Olympic team for South Africa. . I haven't seen him in about 5 years and that was a lot of fun. We all had our dinner and drinks, then went to another friends house and stayed the night there. I hadn't caught up with that friend since 2006, so it is just crazy how time flies. I woke up in the morning and did my quick tour of ...
... never fell in. Her and Ashley switched about 20 minutes in. Alexa did well with the single kayak. Ashley enjoyed the paddleboard. She may even buy one. I tried it for about five minutes. It would be a wonderful workout. I’m sure Ashley and I will rent some when we head to Hilton Head next year.
Upon returning to the pier, the owner dropped his good screwdriver in the water while helping the girls out of the water. Ashley went back to the car for goggles, jumped ...
... s Bread Pudding, which had a large scoop of vanilla ice cream temporarily residing atop. What can I say? Excellent!
We'll head out of hear fairly early, since we lose the hour that we temporarily had at Lisa's. I have a friend in the hospital in Missoula and hope to stop by for a quick visit there.
Again, thanks for checking us out. I'll be heading to the lake soon and will check in again from there. Happy ...
... far we've gone in 9 months in the Honey Badger! Chris and I screwed up on our dates and reservations. Tomorrow night we were without one. The park here is full and so is the one in Bothell our next destination. We decided to get closer and continue on to Issaquah tomorrow ...plan C always works! We walked the streets and town of Coeur d Alene. It ...
... Mineral Ridge was first – 3.5 miles of hiking through ponderosa pine and douglas fir forests to a ridgeline overlooking the lake. As could be said of much of this region, miners probed several places on this ridge for the ever-elusive mother lode, hence the name. The walk itself, however, was uninspiring, at least for Scott and I, spoiled, undoubtedly, by growing up in the heavily forested terrain of the ...