Red Horse Mountain Dude Ranch
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... up a second trail that led to a neighboring summit. Views were more expansive here, but we turned back when we lost the trail beneath a blanket of late spring snow.
Back in the valley, Scott and I spent some time in the Shoshone County Mining & Smelting Museum. We were welcomed by Colleen, an engaging docent who oriented us to exhibits in the three story turn-of-the-century home. Mining, by nature, is a ...
... and a big bright blue lake in the middle of it all. We arrived too late to find a decent campsite so we opted for a cabin at Lake Coeur D'Alene Camping Resort. The resort had free showers, a laundromat - which was important since we hadn't washed any clothes since Seattle - and MOST importantly, a hot tub!
So we jumped into the hot tub as fast as we could ...
... instead of the rated A movie Midnight in Paris.
We also decide to take part in the Coeur d'alene Ironman-a huge event with hundreds/thousands of participants. I have worked out a long time for this so finally the big event is here. We take a table near the finish line and watch the great athletes pass by...amazing. I am tired just watching them. We get to bed early and are off to Seattle early the next ...
Another late start - we are so over tired - but we did really want to get to Many Glaciers which is quite near the Canadian border and most people we spoke to said it was the prettiest part. As with all NPs there is a lot of driving involved but instead of driving through the park we skirted around the bottom thinking it would be much quicker. It wasn't, but as I was driving I noticed that the train lines tend to go through the most ...
Today we left Thad and Kerry in Yakima and headed for Coeur d' Alene for the first night of camping. It was hard saying good-bye because Kerry held everything in until we were getting ready to leave, and then she made us all teary-eyed...such great people :-)
The drive was long, but the scenery was spectacular. To describe the surroundings in words would not do it any justice, but hwy 90 snaked around the lakes that were a pretty blue and the hills were covered in pine ...