La Quinta Inn & Suites Coeur D'Alene East
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... on the east coast that did not offer scholarships and also took official visits to Montana State Northern, North Idaho College, Southwest Oregon Community College, Pacific University, Oregon State University and a few others. During these visits, I found out that college life and wrestling is not as easy as it seems. Although all of these schools were interesting and some offering scholarships, I felt the best choice for me was to ...
We were up at 6:30p.m. Ashley went running. I began getting everything in the tent together while Brad got breakfast going. As I was packing, I realized I didn't have my wedding ring. He heard me tell Ashley I wasn’t sure where I put it. I knew I didn’t take it off in the bathroom. I tore through the bags while Brad was going through the garbage. A couple of people in the park heard I couldn’t find it and were worried. Alas, I remembered I put it in my glasses ...
... friendly lot, especially in the mornings before they get worked out. They patiently answer my greetings and tolerate my simple questions. That's a good thing...
The homes in the area are mostly completed and sold, but a few remain, as well as a few lots that haven't been sold. Prices range from the mid-300s to the mid-400s. The view lots bring a tidy sum, I'm sure. Enough about the real estate...
... it. I am now 6' 6". A lot of buffeting too. I found a new technique. I get down low and rest my chin guard on my tank bag. That reduces my wind drag and gives my neck some relief. The wind pressure coming around the wind screen seems to insulate my head from the cross winds. I gained an hour with the new timezone and could have logged more miles but I was pretty tired so I stopped for the night.
... for farmer's fields is pretty hypnotic. As you can see, I'm reaching for something to report. We're lodging at the Japan House Suites (motel), just off the Sherman Avenue exit. It seems decent enough for our purposes. I'm happy to be able to see the car and trailer from our window. And happier yet that the reload of the car will only require a very short walk. It's incredible how much gear you need ...