La Quinta Inn & Suites Coeur D'Alene East
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The exception to our 'river’ riding was our trip up and over Gold Summit (6500 feet) after our late breakfast. As you’ll see from the pictures, this segment was on dirt and we completed it in the wet and cold. We had to keep reminding ourselves that it is late June. We’re fully prepared for the wet, but with regard to the cold we didn’t bring much in the way of insulation. We ...
... Pass, a route that straddles several mountains and on this morning was above the low cloud cover occurring at the lower elevations…so it was blue skies and spectacular views along the Pass (however, I did not stop for any photos…it is definitely a “stay focused on the road” sort of route…just had to take those views home in my mind’s eye this time).
I reached Creston for a quick Timmy’s stop for some ...
... about where to get good Chinese food!! We realized how good the Jade Garden in Walnut Creek is! Tomorrow we will take a drive around Hayden Lake, north of Coeur d'Alene and visit the Farragut State Park. This park was once used as a naval training center for new recruits during WWII. It is now a state park with miles of hiking, bike trails and campsites that don't come close to our beloved Pinecrest in CA.
... You MUST go drive this road and see the sights.
The rest of the drive to Coeur d'Alene was boring and hilly. We eventually stopped for lunch at McDonald's about 30 miles out from Coeur d'Alene. We made it the Ford dealership around 1:15 MST and found that the transmission is in fact slipping but not bad enough to notice or throw a engine light yet. The service engine light did go off today as ...
... step before race start, around 6am.
Clark and I walked over to the transition area to part ways, and as we hugged I was pretty emotional, as I knew I would be, and teared up a little. I think it was combined nervousness, uncertainty, dread... so many months of training, hard work and expectations about to culminate in this one day. It was overwhelming! He comforted me as much as he could, then I was off to get ready for the day ahead.