The Lodge at Sandpoint
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... and a few different shot guns. I missed out on the rifles as I was booking a snowboard lesson. Never mind. We then came back and continued the tidy up and pack up of rooms before watching a little of the Seahawks game before hitting the road to Spokane. We are staying at Len's favourite place, the casino. We are on the road, so I might call it quits beforeI start to get ill. ...
Snowboarded all day and got much better with my turns and speed down the hill. I had a lot of fun, we also went up to mid range and I did ok coming down the hill. There were some steep bits but I made it down most of the bottom half of that hill without falling. I then let Will keep going on that hill while I had a few more runs on the musical ...
... last night and I had left my chair out. It was soaked, but had dried out by mid-afternoon… just in time for a blast of rain to come through carrying away several tents in the tent camping area across the street which had not been properly secured. My chair is drying again. Lacey and I drove some roads back into the woods this afternoon before the rain. We had hoped to see some ...
... Silverline RV Resort) is open, but has had no power/water, but does expect it later today. We decided to still go. The ride we took was through Rt 20 which takes you directly through the mountains--the Sherman Pass Scenic Byway through Coville National Forest. We did nothing but climb, climb and descend continuously. The poor motorhome!! This is the most we climbed in the motorhome since we left --- over 5,575 at the ...
... photo, but I was absolutely thrilled that we made it into Montana for the first leg of the trip. I looked forward to our Portland visit, however I was hungry to get back to Montana in a week, for the pending adventure across The Rockies.