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Travel Blogs from Coeur d'Alene
... hosted a bon voyage party for us on Saturday and it was great to see everyone and say goodbye (for now)! They also bought a motor home and we were able to test it out first. We went fishing on Lake Roosevelt too. It was such a fun day. A highlight was seeing the mountain goats on the side of the mountain. Just amazing! We leave for Vancouver tomorrow and the cruise leaves the next day! It's finally here! SO ...
... of the their games for several years. Andrew is now age sixteen, so you can imagine the difference in the game play!
After the game, we drove to Green Bluff where we had lunch at a Fruit Farm and picked up a case of green Bartlett Pears for later use in the Marmalade process. A real find, they were, at a bargain price. My mouth waters already.
Back at home, Lynn and Daniel made several pans of fine ...
... how. If you're any older, you better have some expendable income or a tenacious hold on a dying dream. Penny had her first swim/dunk in the lake and she took it like a champ. Henry woke up from a late nap (because he mucked about during his designated one) and had the most obscene meltdown we've seen to date. Right there on the beach. We also took it like champs and I had some "quiet time" with him in the car. When all the dust ...
... step before race start, around 6am.
Clark and I walked over to the transition area to part ways, and as we hugged I was pretty emotional, as I knew I would be, and teared up a little. I think it was combined nervousness, uncertainty, dread... so many months of training, hard work and expectations about to culminate in this one day. It was overwhelming! He comforted me as much as he could, then I was off to get ready for the day ahead.
... to the water's edge (Volunteer Park). Lovely. We could even make out the mountains across the lake through the smoke: one row easily (Mission Mtns) and another row beyond (Greater Rockies).
We left Flathead Lake behind and headed out into the Flathead Indian Reservation. Immediately we were back in a wide valley, rolling hills, ranchlands, sparser forests of pine trees, and rocky outcroppings. We crossed the Little ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking