La Quinta Inn & Suites Coeur D' Alene
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... And you know Jim can't tolerate it when his toys are dirty! We spent our first day washing the rigs and relaxing after the long drive from Montana. We met some full-timers who gave us tips on the area. With our bike tires and kayak aired up we were ready for action! The weather couldn't have been better--sunny and temperatures in the 70's. We spent the days driving, biking, walking, and kayaking around Lake Coeur d'Alene. The water is crystal clear ...
... crossed over the continental divide. For those of you who remember your geography… and I quote from Wikipedia… "The continental divide separates the watersheds that drain into the Pacific Ocean from those river systems that drain into the Atlantic Ocean (including those that drain into the Gulf of Mexico)." I have always found it remarkable how far to the west the divide occurs and found it no less so ...
... removal of multiple weeks of grime so that I could once again actually open up my rear hatch without having to wash my hands immediately afterward every time.
I left town via the non-ferry route, and this route took me next through a town called Salmo, whose “Welcome” sign touts its rock murals throughout town. I took a few minutes to drive around and I was able to find four of them on various buildings; pretty neat.
From there, ...
The drive from Banff to Coeur D'Alene, Idaho was only 6 hours – except crossing the border took us almost a full hour. For some reason (I guess we looked like we were smuggling in something illegal!) we were detained by Homeland Security, and they had to search our car. They let us go after telling us they could have fined us $300 for ...
... Pie Hut' but it was closed. We did find an alternative, on the kind man's recommendation, called 'Connie's'. It was standard family dining and not at all exceptional. The American-style portions were as I had hoped though and I filled my belly with a Belgian Waffle platter. When I look at that picture, I feel disgust but no remorse. The drive to this point had been pleasant, all of us (maybe not Penny...or Henry for that matter) filled ...