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... much on the lake. The purpose of coming here on this weekend was to wrestle in the North Idaho Alumni Match. I have wrestled in this match twice before now and had a 1-1 record. This match pretty much serves two purposes. One is to keep the former wrestlers involved in the current program and to get the younger wrestlers in the program some exposure. The matches are 3 x 1 minute periods. A normal match is 3,2,2. I wrestled a freshmen and ...
... the name and location of each person who gives them a silver dollar. The dollars are hung throughout the bar. Also, there is a large tourist gift shop attached.
We gained an hour entering Idaho. It’s going to be hard driving back when we lose time. Originally, we were going to spend a couple of days in Coeur d’Alene. Time isn’t on our side with everything we want to see, so we just went for the afternoon. The girls wanted to swim in the lake. ...
... s Eve dinner, if you're curious, was Alaskan King Crab and Prime Cut Filet Mignon. Rich, as usual, did an excellent job on the steaks using just the right seasoning and not having any fear of serving a Rare steak. Lynn and I prefer to see a bit of the original Cow Color. Rich did a fine job. I'm not much of a Crab Leg fan, but the others did their share of ooohing and aaahing, so I assume they were tasty too. We had bread from ...
... how. If you're any older, you better have some expendable income or a tenacious hold on a dying dream. Penny had her first swim/dunk in the lake and she took it like a champ. Henry woke up from a late nap (because he mucked about during his designated one) and had the most obscene meltdown we've seen to date. Right there on the beach. We also took it like champs and I had some "quiet time" with him in the car. When all the dust ...
... of ice cream and some hydration; then I suggest a ride on the "train" that drives through the park; Heidi is agreeable so I buy tickets for our ride. We have at least 30 minutes before we need to get to the boarding area. We walk to the Radio Flyer wagon that has been built the size of a playground slide. Heidi rides down, I man the camera.
The train pulls to a stop at the boarding area. The driver shows us ...