Coeur d’ Alene High 79 Low 54
It’s been awhile since Jim was on the water and the weather was perfect so we went for a boat ride.
We had an enjoyable time but we sat in the back of the boat on top and could not hear what the guide was saying all the time.
These houses on the west side of the lake are huge and many of them can only be reached by boat. Notice the mailbox in this picture, Mail is also delivered by boat.
This place even comes with a two boat garage.
There is also a house built on a rock.
But the most unique thing about Lake Coeur d’Alene is the floating 14th hole on the golf course.
The Lake Coeur d'Alene course boasts the world's only floating, moveable golf green. And if you manage to land your ball on the bobbing green, you'll have to catch a boat out to take your next shot.
Players tee off from shore, then board a small electric passenger ferry known as 'Putter' for the trip to the floating green of the Par 3 hole. A boat attendant assists the players and caddies on and off the boat and on the return trip, a certificate of achievement is awarded to players with their name and score in calligraphy.
However, one of the absolute highlights of our cruise can be seen in this picture. Just relaxing at the water’s edge. Our captain told us he’s been doing these tours for ten years and this is the first time he has ever seen a moose.
Peaceful and relaxing. We enjoyed the ride very much.
I was not impressed with the rv park we were at. Tamarack RV Park is a Passport America park and I’m really glad we didn’t pay the full price of $42. They sites are close and I was glad we weren’t in a big RV trying to maneuver around the trees.
Also, we lost our power because the guy in the site next to us was leaving and turned his power off at the post. The park is wired so that when he turned his off, ours went off as well. Not a very good design in my opinion.