Motel 6 Spokane East
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... passing through the center of town. So we checked with the ticket window for the boat ride, and ducked into the local coffee shop for some iced coffees while we waited. It looked like today was going to be even hotter than yesterday, and these athletes were still competing! It was 104 degrees during the bike race portion, and by the time they were doing the running portion it was 106!
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... But just as we reached the edge of Lewiston, the turn for US-195N appeared. It was also in the midst of road construction, and went just about straight up, over the mountain and out of Lewiston before we realized what happened. And because of the road construction, there was no way to turn around and head back to Lewiston. I was disappointed, and I could tell Jody was more than a bit irritated that our dreams of iced coffee had ...
Quick note: I was able to add photos to the Fife day.
We awoke to 46 degrees so our plans to eat at the outdoor pavilion in the park were quickly discarded. I prefer not to have to wear a coat to breakfast. This is Susan's birthday so we HAD to eat out. The names here are so descriptive. We drove from Glacier to Hungry Horse where we stopped at Elk horn Cafe where we had huckleberry soda, a huge portion of cinnamon roll French ...
I got a good night's sleep last night in Buffalo, WY, had some breakfast, then drove through the cute little town for a bit to try to find somewhere I could get some tea for the road. Apparently going through Buffalo is one way to get to Yellowstone so I'm sure it gets lots of traffic. I hit the road around 8:45am feeling good, and drove, and drove, and drove. I stopped for gas whenever I was down to half a tank because I was scared ...
... mile long bike/walk path.
The Trail of the Coeur d’Alenes is a "rails to trails" project, and it’s impressive. Scott and I chose a section that is approximately 6 miles in length, locked the car, and took to the trail. The rail bed has been covered by a smooth blacktop pathway, making for easy walking, elevated above the surrounding countryside. Through this part of the route, the trail runs amongst lakes ...