First night stop at the Pizza Factory.
Delicious pizza and rootbeer. Kaden was glad to be out of the car seat. He was a good little traveler.
At the trailhead of the Hiawatha Bike Trail. An old railroad bed converted to an amazing bike trail. The trail is 15 miles one way and then a shuttle back to the top.
The trail starts off with a 1.6 mile tunnel. (Helmets and bike lights were required.) The shuttle dropped them off at the other side of the long tunnel, so they got to do it twice.
Beautiful mountain views. Jen did a good job with pictures.
I love this picture of Jen and Rod. They have been biking buddies for years.
I'm glad Jen found Trever who enjoys going on family bike trips with us.
Trever makes friends wherever he goes.
Kaden hung out Kristine and I. We took a little walk to the start of the first tunnel and enjoyed the nice cool air at the opening of the tunnel. They say it is about 40' inside. He loved being cooled down and fell right asleep. While Kristine and I were up there taking pictures of mossy rocks, our bikers came out of the tunnel. It was so fun to hear about their ride.
Here is Lake Coeur d'Alene. So beautiful right in the middle of the mountains.
The next day we went to Silverwood Amusement Park.
Here is the fearless crew heading off to conquer the roller coasters. Kaden and I went to buy a refillable sports bottle of ice water, which I refilled many, many times during the day.
Here is my little buddy. Rod and I enjoyed the cool grass under a shady tree with Kaden while Jennifer, Trever and Kristine were at the water park.