La Quinta Inn & Suites Coeur D' Alene
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... to a town we called "home". Unfortunately, we were out a lot later than we expected and we are running on about 3.5 hours of sleep! SO today we loaded up and started the first leg of the journey to Coeur d'Alene, ID. Luckily, day 1 went off pretty smoothly, with the exception of a few hiccups. Our car is full to the brim and we spent most of our day trying to come up with a routine of sorts--when do we switch driving, ...
... lovely views of the Lake.
After the 10K walk it was time for lunch, and I paid a visit to Hudson's Hamburgers, a Coeur d'Alene institution. Hudson's burgers were listed as one of the Top Five Burgers in the US by Jane and Michael Stern in their book, Roadfood. No frills here, just a perfectly cooked burger with a choice of onions, pickles, ketchup and mustard.
Onwards north to Spokane Washington on Sunday and spent the night in Camper World parking lot. On Monday the roof air was replaced and I purchased a surge protector and a new sewer hose. We left the RV there in the morning and drove into downtown Spokane and visited River Park, home of the 1974 World Expo. We took the sky ride over the falls, which was short but provided quite the view. ...
... town at 5:30 to find the town shutting down. We bought grease from the local auto parts store, Lordco, as a backup and sought a repair shop. The first shop diagnosed the problem as bad wheel bearings. Bonus! We have a set. But, They couldn't get to the repair until Thursday. Connie, the manager, suggested the filling station next door. The filling stations bays were closed but the attendant called the shop owner to see if he could help. He was in the middle ...
... anticipating a 1:15-1:30 swim. I figured I might take around 1:20 and if I went a little slow, that was OK. It was at this point that I noticed how many more men there were than women. Ladies had pink caps, the guys had green. There were a lot of green caps around me. I teared up before pulling my goggles on, then it was go time. I crossed under the arch and I was off!
I can't imagine a mass swim start. It's hectic enough as it is, but in the past they've had all ...