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Well, just under eight hours isn't bad for a 626km stretch with two kids across three states. Portland to Coeur d'Alene was glorious in its uneventfulness. We had lunch in the town of Boardman, Oregon, at the C&D Drive-in, "Home of the Bozo Burger". With advertising that slick, you have to try one. And they were really good. Bozo Burgers are …
... it and enter the photo in the Spokane Rose Society’s Rose Show in June … Guess he showed me! Fast forward to May 2014 and our return to Spokane and now Kent is preparing a presentation for the Rose Society to be given in August … His topic is Buck Roses and he needs pictures of roses in all stages of bloom and also needs pictures of foliage.
Mid-May to mid-June the roses are gorgeous with their ...
... CDA ironman is run. A beautiful beach and park are the start point and transition area, or will be in a month from now. We continued along the shore line and into heart of downtown. We dined at a sidewalk cafe and then strolled along main street where I got a new lens for my camera. I got an 18-135mm lens with a soft hood. Yay!
After our shopping expedition (all of about 20 minutes worth since neither of us really like shopping) we stopped to wash ...
... epitomized the Whistler that I had read about all those years ago. Tristan and I went back out to them later in the afternoon and Tristan was carving them up. All of this mountain biking on the trip has seriously honed his skills and he's become quite the mountain biker! We enjoyed an early evening, heading to bed by 11:00 content with the new direction that our trip was taking us. Thursday morning came early and we had a great breakfast at a crepe shop in ...
... and enjoying the moment. I know it would have taken a lot more for me to quit, but there was no way I was doing that all over again with that headache. It had gotten to the point that I was getting nauseous. Sometime during the second loop the sun was completely covered by clouds, not to be seen again that day. What a gift!
I knew that the bike portion would be the most challenging part for me. I never felt worn out or like my heart rate was extremely high or anything, and ...
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