After such a relaxing day yesterday, we were pleased that we only had a short hop of 29 miles today, across the State line to Sandpoint, Idaho. This meant that we could have a leisurely start and cook ourselves breakfast again at our wonderful B&B. In the end, we chatted so long to Farren and one of his sons, Eric, that it had started raining by the time we were ready to set off. A quick card game later, and the rain had subsided somewhat. Time to go! Thanks Farren and Jolene for a wonderful stay, and a special thanks to Farren for spending time with us today.
It was a wet ride this afternoon but with only light winds, we flew along. We found our way to our destination for tonight, a lovely apartment right in the centre of Sandpoint, and ate this evening at the Italian restaurant below the apartment: a fabulous meal of Italian style halibut washed down with some Pinot Grigio. We have another rest day here tomorrow trying to let our bodies recover properly before we head down towards Missoula, Montana and from there into West Yellowstone.