Budget Saver Motel Coeur d'Alene
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... to a town we called "home". Unfortunately, we were out a lot later than we expected and we are running on about 3.5 hours of sleep! SO today we loaded up and started the first leg of the journey to Coeur d'Alene, ID. Luckily, day 1 went off pretty smoothly, with the exception of a few hiccups. Our car is full to the brim and we spent most of our day trying to come up with a routine of sorts--when do we switch driving, ...
... lovely views of the Lake.
After the 10K walk it was time for lunch, and I paid a visit to Hudson's Hamburgers, a Coeur d'Alene institution. Hudson's burgers were listed as one of the Top Five Burgers in the US by Jane and Michael Stern in their book, Roadfood. No frills here, just a perfectly cooked burger with a choice of onions, pickles, ketchup and mustard.
... t even take a picture! This bridge was in the movie "River Runs Through It". I didn't get an autograph from it though. But I had to carry the pour dog back across and I was scared for both of us. She was wiggling and screaming so much I thought we would both fall off! But, we made it! The scenery was fabulous. We trudged our way to Farragut SP in Idaho and set up camp. ...
... and then drove as far along the lakeside roads as we could get. (Construction halted a full trip around). I must say, I really thought that Beautiful Bay lived up to its name.
We had a busy but beautiful day.
Thank you Coeur d'Alene for a great time.
Tomorrow we head to Glacier National Park in Montana. We heard that part of it is still closed with up to 20 feet of snow. Good thing we brought jackets and a 4 wheel drive vehicle!
It wasn't too long to Idaho from Yellowstone and the drive seemed to go fast for me. I was a little anxious. This was the last stop before the cruise. Crazy!
I was also getting really excited to see baby Jack and Jeremy and Missi, and Kim and Robert. The only state sign I missed was Montana! I couldn't convince Chris to turn around at the Idaho border to get it. He said that was cheating. But we were there! ...