La Quinta Inn & Suites Coeur D' Alene
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... 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 ...
... 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 ...
A 'big drive day', meaning about 5 or 6 (or possibly 7) hours of driving to reach our destination, Coeur d’Alene in Idaho. We made a pit stop at the Silver Dollar Bar, covered from floor to ceiling in old silver dollars donated by hundreds of people. Alison and I bought some huckleberry soda and found some cowboy mannequins, sitting at a table by the bar, who looked like ...
... the main store. Most importantly the showers and toilets are clean and don't smell like a not-so-subtle blend of limburger and raw meat. Considering it's scraped out of a mountain side, it adequately meets and/or exceeds most requirements. I've made the necessary shift in headspace and have accepted that no matter hard you try - or perhaps because of that effort - your tent trailer will never be as organized or homey as you'd ...
... the finish with a smile on my face and gas in the tank. After 13 hours, I couldn't believe it was over. I AM AN IRONMAN!
The volunteer that guided me through the finish area was very sweet and showed me where to go to get my picture taken and he was about to pass me off to the medical team when I stopped. "I.... I just have to find my boyfriend" I said to him. I was craning my neck, trying to find Clark. I knew he'd be close, but there were so many people around, I ...