Holiday Inn Express Spokane Downtown
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... the water, and while it was cold, I was expected a lot colder. Still no way I would get in it.
Kind of makes me wonder if anyone does raft down this. It seems way way to rough for anyone to get through it. Just look at the videos below to see what I mean (It was windy, so the videos are loud, sorry!).
Video #1 - The Kootenai River
Video #2 - The Kootenai Falls
Back to the trail to head back to ...
... long, the largest lake and reservoir in the state. Also had some Huckleberry ice cream at the visitor center. In Spokane we stayed at the Red Lion Hotel. It was very nice. Had dinner at Perkins, I had the fish and Steve had the pot roast. Very filling! Walked around Spokane, saw a park that had a large wagon. Took a gondola ride, was very warm inside. Saw a lot in Spokane while walking around. Didn't get back to the hotel until 8:30 or ...
Jon picked me up at 10:30pm and took me to the little nest he'd made for me in his basement. Gina was fast asleep as she'd been working long hours in their pizza restaurants. I never got to visit these last time, though Janet did, but Jon took me on a little tour of one which they've just spent a lot of effort and expense remodelling.
But most ...
... when we hit an off camber right hander that exited directly to a bridge. I narrowly made the bridge and hauled my bike to a stop after another 30 yards. Tristan didn't make the bridge and went off the trail. With a gash on his thumb and legs bleeding, he was dripping blood fast enough to make a vampires pulse quicken! Alas, we made it to the bottom without further incident. Can you imagine, Tristan didn't want to do it again. I'm not as smart as he is, so up ...
... and saw the following arches: Windows, Turret, Double Arch, Delicate Arch, Landscape Arch, and Navajo Arch.
Our third stop was Salt Lake City, UT. We arrived on July 2nd. We took a tour of Kennecott Copper Mine and the Great Salt Lake. Kennecott Copper Mine produces 25% of all the copper in the U.S.. This mine is so large that it is one of the only two man-made creations visible from the space shuttle. The other is The Great Wall of China. We ...