Resort City Inn
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... blue. One of the highlights included driving along the Lake Coeur d'Alene Scenic Byway. The route took us through gentle hills and dense forests with impressive homes tucked along the shoreline. My afternoon kayak adventure was enjoyable but a little eerie. There were numerous abandoned structures in the water including remnants of a marina. This is a big logging area and I think some of the poles sticking out of the water were related to that. The ...
The exception to our 'river’ riding was our trip up and over Gold Summit (6500 feet) after our late breakfast. As you’ll see from the pictures, this segment was on dirt and we completed it in the wet and cold. We had to keep reminding ourselves that it is late June. We’re fully prepared for the wet, but with regard to the cold we didn’t bring much in the way of insulation. We ...
... presented me with an option to immediately re-enter the USA at the northwest corner of Washington state, or continue further on the Canada side back to Creston (through which I had passed on my way to the ferry yesterday) where the border crossing is at the north end of Idaho. Since I was heading for Idaho for the night, I chose the latter crossing.
Before reaching it, though, I got a nice surprise along that route…it climbs to high altitudes ...
... after two days of amber waves of grain and farmland. Spokane is a pretty city and is known as the medical center of the northwest. Maybe Tommy and Rachel will eventually settle down in Spokane due to the many potential opportunities in the medical field.
We arrived in quaint little town of Coeur d'Alene, population of 44,000 at about 2:30pm and stayed at the pet friendly Shilo Inn once again. What can ...
... the main store. Most importantly the showers and toilets are clean and don't smell like a not-so-subtle blend of limburger and raw meat. Considering it's scraped out of a mountain side, it adequately meets and/or exceeds most requirements. I've made the necessary shift in headspace and have accepted that no matter hard you try - or perhaps because of that effort - your tent trailer will never be as organized or homey as you'd ...