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... why we have to complicate already amazing food staples? Like, make the grilled cheese crispy and super cheesy and amazing, that's it. This place puts everything but the kitchen sink in their grilled cheeses and don't get me wrong, it was tasty, but for me, I'll just stick with the classic bread and cheese :). Tomorrow we head for Glacier National Park! Luckily it's on about 4.5 hours from us right now and we will ...
... means that the Coeur d'Alenes were very sharp traders!
The blue color of the ceiling comes from using huckleberries as a stain for the wooden planks.
Not far from the mission is Kellogg, Idaho, a former silver mining town which, like so many others in the area, has transformed itself into a resort area. Once the center of one of the richest mining ...
... Park. On our last day we drove down to Lake Coeur D' Alene and the old part of town. We walked the "world's longest floating boardwalk", 12' wide and 3,300 ft. long. After the walk we took a 90 minute boat cruise and learned some history of the area. There are beautiful lakeshore homes, some only accessible by boat and many with personal trams from docks up to the homes. Next stop Canada,
Signed Canuck ...
... as well as the Badlands. So we didn't plan to stop and sight see much on this leg of the trip. Besides, we'd been through this area four weeks ago when we traveled up to Calgary, CA - went through Kennewick, to Lewiston, to Cour de'Alane, Bonners Ferry, Cranbrook, CA, then on to Calgary.
For this trip, we came north to Spokane, where we'll catch I-90 and head ...
... but heard our plight and headed to his garage arriving about 10 minutes after the call. The shop owner, Raj, made a few calls of his own and pretty soon four townsmen were on hand to investigate the problem. After a short while, it was determined not to be wheel bearings but rather the rod on the ball joint had too much play. Connie and her husband (and mechanic) Barry came by after their dinner and Barry dove in. He removed three thousandths of shims and ...