Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites - Coeur D'Alene
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Nice hotel. Free dinner and breakfast included.
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... sooner! I miss her! Chris' BFF (and mine) Brian, aka Franz, made it happen! And somehow I kept the secret for months! This morning I told Chris I wanted to go for a drive. I said wherever the car takes me. He tried to get me to go East. What was beautiful about Spokane? But we flew right by and to the airport. I was picturing pulling up with Brian outside but we had to ...
... time zones but noticed like 15 minutes before we got to the hotel. So we thought it was 6pm and it was only 5pm, after 4 long days that extra hour was a nice surprise. Tomorrow we head to Washington and FINALLY will start touring! Today was pretty uneventful which again is a good thing when traveing on a bike. Beautiful country out here and amazing the amount of traffic ...
... have just returned from dinner at Tomato Street. The birthday has been well celebrated. Lynn did try to say that Fiona is one of my gifts, but I'm not so sure if I can handle anymore excitement.
With the weather as "iffy" as it is, we may have to wait a bit for our return. The trip out here was plenty of excitement for most any septuagenarian, us included. We will keep you up to date as things happen.
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... up the rode from our campsite. Tomorrow we head to Seattle where we spend a couple of days before headed out to cruise to Alaska. This is been such an amazing trip ! The good Lord has blessed us and kept us safe. We have seen so much of his amazing artwork while we are on this ride. ...
... to some prerace music that I felt would calm me a bit as we drove. The sunrise was beautiful, pinks and oranges with fog still lingering on the pine-covered mountains. We arrived to the transition area at exactly the time I wanted to get there: just before 5am. Parking was a breeze. Transition closed at 6:15am, so I had plenty of time to get situated before the start of the race at 6:35am.
My first order of business was to get ...