La Quinta Inn & Suites Coeur D' Alene
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Day 1 is in the books! It was quite the day, not so much that it was eventful, we are all just exhausted! Our last night in Astoria was an amazing one, for sure. After a busy, emotional day of goodbyes, we went out with a bang starting with an 80's party! My boss and co-workers went all out with the 80's theme and we finished off downtown with some Coast Guard friends. It was a wonderful night and a great way to ...
... the fort buildings are part of the campus of Northern Idaho College.
Two of the best preserved buildings are the Officers' Quarters and the Red Chapel.
From the college campus we came back up through the downtown area along Sherman Street. After passing through downtown and some beautiful residential areas, we took the trail around Tubbs Hill, ...
... CDA ironman is run. A beautiful beach and park are the start point and transition area, or will be in a month from now. We continued along the shore line and into heart of downtown. We dined at a sidewalk cafe and then strolled along main street where I got a new lens for my camera. I got an 18-135mm lens with a soft hood. Yay!
After our shopping expedition (all of about 20 minutes worth since neither of us really like shopping) we stopped to wash ...
... a good sushi lunch. IRL FB get-togethers rock. :-)
I pretty much took the rest of the day off before heading back down to the lakefront for a few photos after the weather cleared a bit from its earlier grayness, then picked up some dinner and called it a day.
... but heard our plight and headed to his garage arriving about 10 minutes after the call. The shop owner, Raj, made a few calls of his own and pretty soon four townsmen were on hand to investigate the problem. After a short while, it was determined not to be wheel bearings but rather the rod on the ball joint had too much play. Connie and her husband (and mechanic) Barry came by after their dinner and Barry dove in. He removed three thousandths of shims and ...