La Quinta Inn & Suites Coeur D' Alene
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... and we all had a nice dinner and birthday celebration for Chris and Missi's 30th. As we left Chris spotted an American flag and said we should send a picture to Mom and Peter. I didn't see the humor until I noticed I was holding everyone's leftovers (3 boxes), something rarely seen in Australia. Check out the pics in the "Bye Idaho" ...
... the town's history, including this patch that shows the sign posted just outside of town. We passed the sign itself several times along I-90 but always going too fast to take a photo. Legend has it that the town got its start when Noah Kellogg lost track of his donkey, and when he finally found it, it was standing next to an outcropping of silver ore.
... out for dinner, but the lateness and the weather...Rats! I just checked back at what I wrote and you already know about the food part...
Anyway, it snowed a good four inches here in K-town, on top of the eight or so inches from yesterday. The motel slept good, regardless of whether it didn't really appeal to Lynn as much as to me. Is this a guy thing, or what??
Anyway, again, the breakfast was tolerable and we met Cheryl, on her day ...
... it is over 1200 miles in length.
The drive was really great we took highway 97 which was fast and great for scenery, we spent our time sharing the driving and enjoyed the trip we had fun playing name that tune while listening to "The Bridge" it is a serious radio station from the 70's Bryan kicked my butt...clearly I wasn't old enough in the 70's lol.
We are staying the ...
... in to burn off his pent up energy. He was happy to oblige. We fed the fat seagulls some french fries and admired their great reflexes. From there we just drove and drove. Both kids slept for the vast majority of the trip which was awesome. We should be so lucky tomorrow. The terrain was obviously familiar to us as we took this route to Cannon Beach. The long bank of trees that serves as ...