Residence Inn Spokane East Valley
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... br> There were public beaches, and boating everywhere. Everyone was having a wonderful time. If it weren't for the crowds for the Ironman, we would have liked to spend a couple of days here. The boat had an exposed upper deck and a closed in lower deck. As the temperature was hovering around 106, there was no one on the upper deck. We all stayed in the sheltered lower deck, though we did venture out to ...
... could begin to smell the iced coffee as we got closer. I looked at the motorcycle outside air gauge and it showed 102 degrees. We were hot and needed a break, so we went inside had iced coffee, and a snack and generally cooled off before we ventured back outside. At least I had been redeemed in Pullman, and we were revitalized enough to finish the last hour or so to Spokane.
By the time we got to the hotel, we were ready for the ...
... road west. The sign saying it is not maintained in winter should have been a clue. We cross Thompson Pass, All forest, with long steep grade up and a short steep grade down. There was no steep downgrade % sign. I am sure that sign would have scared the driver. We decided that if we had a body we need to dispose of this would be the place. Maybe Jimmy Hoffa resides here. We felt like Lewis and Clark on a highway. As we descend ...
... the wild before! It was just perched on a post. It was huge and unmistakeable. Very cool. The last part of my drive was the most scenic. I actually like that it was rainy because it made everything seem so much more green. I was descending down Lookout Pass on I-90 and was so excited when I saw the Welcome to Idaho sign. Shortly after there was a spot to turnoff and take a few photos. Gorgeous. When I saw Lake Coeur d'Alene I got ...
... couple days) and stopped to catch a glimpse of the hot springs spewing steam from the ground. We snapped some great pictures and walked around briefly. It was around 15 degrees at this point so any outdoor activity was short-lived. After seeing the hot springs, we began driving east towards Crooke City where the ranger said most of the wildlife sightings had been over the past few days. We drove a few miles and saw plenty more bison ...