La Quinta Inn & Suites Coeur D' Alene
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After the park we walked through the remnants of Fort Sherman, named after General William Tecumseh Sherman. Sherman discovered the site on an inspection tour and thought it would be a beautiful spot for a fort. Tasked with keeping the peace in Northern Idaho, protecting railroad crews, and guarding the border with Canada, it was considered an easy assignment by ...
... and then drove as far along the lakeside roads as we could get. (Construction halted a full trip around). I must say, I really thought that Beautiful Bay lived up to its name.
We had a busy but beautiful day.
Thank you Coeur d'Alene for a great time.
Tomorrow we head to Glacier National Park in Montana. We heard that part of it is still closed with up to 20 feet of snow. Good thing we brought jackets and a 4 wheel drive vehicle!
... and hit some tennis balls (Tristan's idea) and chilled out. In the afternoon, while Tristan was chilling, I headed out to the single track and a ride called A River Runs Through It, which was littered with ladders, teeter-totters, and log crossings. Unbelievable ride. It was a grind but so worth it! The ladder crossings took a while to get used to because they went from 2' wide down to a little less than 10" wide, but by the end they had gotten much easier. ...
... start all at once and make a beeline for the same buoy. I am so glad they changed the swim start. It made it much easier to find my rhythm, and I never felt like I was being swum over by a bunch of people. In fact, I found that I was having to swim around a lot of people. I felt really, really good! It was a two loop swim, and when I finished the first in around 34 minutes, I was psyched. I tried to be a little more aggressive on the second loop. I swam that one a bit slower, ...
... the border at Christina Lake. I'm somewhat apprehensive - will the Rialta behave herself for our trip? Time will tell - but no time to dwell - decision made - eyes closed, fingers crossed, make a wish and LET'S HAVE SOME FUN! Here we come Toronto!
The border crossing went well - passports and Keko's travelling papers were all in order - no issues to contend with - that's a first!. Welcome Washington state.
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