SilverStone Inn And Suites
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... out until we were well on our way to the next stop.
Across Montana, we noticed that the expansive views of the mountains in the distance were muted a bit by the air quality. Thinking “Atlanta smog”, we wondered if somehow air pollution was settling into these mountain valleys. The answer we would find -- when we ultimately arrived at Glacier National Park in northwestern Montana – was that the poor air quality was ...
... we stayed in is actually in Post Falls Idaho, which is 10 miles from Coeur d'Alene. It is a nice park with many sites, although several are semi-permanent units. Laundry facility was very clean and people were friendly. Coeur d'Alene is very touristy. There is a beautiful hotel (Coeur d'Alene Resort), right on the lake downtown along with a long floating boardwalk that takes you passed some very beautiful and expensive boats. There is even ...
... of their resorts in Washington. The sales guy was pleasant and low keyed. It was an easy time there.
We drove back to Jim's, had lunch, and said our goodbyes. After hooking up the car to the rig, we were off!
We are now, for the first time ever, in the booming town of Wallace, Idaho, at the Wallace RV Park. It lies along the shores of a nice stream on Nine Mile Creek. The folks are friendly, as usual and the heater is on. How could it be any better?
... died and later, when Mom herself became ill. Good and kind people all.
Before I go, here's a look at the aforementioned socks-in-progress. They're a bit wild, so I don't know if I'll ever wear them outside of the house, but they fit beautifully and make me feel inordinately proud of myself.
Sunday morning, I head off for Missoula and a visit with my Davis friend Kathy and her two lovely daughters. Should be great fun.
... for a while to have things brought "up to snuff," as they say. We waited, had fresh popcorn, coffee and lunch from Subway, all furnished by the Concierge, at no cost to us. We met several interesting travelers and those in for job interviews. The time passed painlessly and our "Fixer Guy," Todd fixed what he could and ordered warranty replacement parts for what could not be fixed to his satisfaction. We'll pick them up or ...