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... were stunning. It was great to be able to bike on the paved path into town. It is part of the 23-mile Centennial Trail that winds its way through the area. Coeur d'Alene's progressive approach to outdoor spaces includes 36 beautiful city parks. I only saw a few of them, but I was impressed with the playgrounds, tennis courts, picnic areas and even hiking trails. Interesting sculptures can be found in various spots along the sidewalks and in the parks. In ...
... OK, but are hoping that’s the worst of what we’ll encounter.
Once over Gold Summit, we dropped down to the St Joe river, where we had a wet, but very enjoyable ride into Couer d’Alene. Invariably, Claudio managed to find us a segment of dirt road that ran on the opposite bank from the paved road for 18 miles or so. “Yes”, we chose the dirt side over the pavement side despite ...
... 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 ...
... was free of clouds, and the haze seemed to have been left behind... for now.
We knew we were going to come close to the wildfires at Condon. We had really only expected to see more smoke, and yet... we saw the fire on the mountain, got backed up in the incident services traffic (catering trucks, water, etc), saw the helicopter staging area (I'd never seen helicopters that large before), and saw a couple firefighters at ...
We finally made it home today. After a customs delay in Miami, we ended up missing our connecting flights to Spokane so we could only make it as far as Phoenix before finally staying in a hotel near the airport. It was a long and exhausting day, both physically and mentally. My sister picked us up from the airport and then we started the transition back to this culture. ...