Camp in Harrison: Lily pads next to the trail: dinner in Kellogg.
The tribe got an early start on day 4 of riding: long day back to Harrison: a little town on the Southern leg of Lake Coeur d'Alene. A beautiful ride along the river then along the lake. We got set up in Harrison and rode back along the route about 16 miles and then back to camp. What a great ride!
Harrison is home to a couple of great restaurant/bars: an ice cream shop: bike shop/espresso stand: and a great t-shirt shop. We picked up a couple of shirts for Jack and Kevin to wear on the Idaho Family ride this week. Sorry Tammy. I have to poke fun sometimes! Pics of them will be posted next week. Suspense! The park that we stay at is right on the shore of the lake: waterfront property!
After a dinner of herbed burgers, veggie burgers, yellow potatoes, corn on the cob, green salad & cake & ice cream for dessert, the tribe pow-wowed for their final map meeting and prizes from the Great Chief, Bill. It was a long day, but everyone did great!
Tomorrow's ride follows the Eastern shore of the lake, across the old RR Trestle and up about 6 miles back to Plummer. We will ride tomorrow and give you an update!