Shilo Inn Suites - Coeur D'Alene
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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... 000. The town grew up on fur trading and then the railroad coincided with a gold rush.
We began the walk at Gonzaga University which was founded in 1883 as a Native American boarding school for boys. We walked through Riverfront Park. Prior to 1974, industrial sites and elevated rails dominated the area. These were all cleared and redeveloped for Expo 74. Tabernacle Island featured ...
Today was an intentionally mellow, but still most pleasant, "day off" here in Coeur d'Alene. My longtime Facebook friend Lisa (who lives in the area) and I made plans for an IRL visit. We enjoyed a very nice get-together in town exploring the downtown and lakefront area a ...
... but heard our plight and headed to his garage arriving about 10 minutes after the call. The shop owner, Raj, made a few calls of his own and pretty soon four townsmen were on hand to investigate the problem. After a short while, it was determined not to be wheel bearings but rather the rod on the ball joint had too much play. Connie and her husband (and mechanic) Barry came by after their dinner and Barry dove in. He removed three thousandths of shims and ...
... a fella from mitchell SD...which is only 50 miles north of my buddy Nick in Yankton SD...small world huh. He had a monster rig....like a travelling house. He was retired and just wandering around and volunteering. Said he used to do the same thing except with a backpack and his motorcycle.
Shima and I set up camp and got to bed early and decided to hit the road early the next day. We woke at 7ish and packed up aand headed out for Couerd'Alene. ...
... had no idea were the bloody hell we were going! Well they let us in and we ended up staying at an RV park in Surrey, we were trying to find parks that were very cheap an oh boy this one was cheap. It was predominately a permanent trailer park. Very interesting. Driving through oldies where gawking out the blinds of their mobile homes looking at the tourists. Very casual set up pick your spot and park, catch up with owner later to ...