Our trip from Vantage, WA to Coeur d'Alene, ID was an easy 180 miles along I-90. The eastern part of Washington is completely different from the portion west of the Cascade Mountains. This is all farm land with very few trees to be seen. Most of it was hay or corn fields. Spokane was the only city of any size we went through and it was pretty easy, just staying one lane over from the right lane the whole way. It is a tad expensive with no discounts of any kind.
We are staying at the Blackwell Island RV Park
just across the Spokane River from downtown Coeur d'Alene. We have a 50 amp, full hookup, pull-through that is just long enough for us to fit the Mothership in with Libby parked across her rear. We have a clear shot to the satellite and very good Verizon reception. It is a really nice large park with a beach along the river and watercraft available for rent and many other amenities we will not take advantage of.
We didn't do much while here except enjoy the start of the college football season. There was some really good games and, though we were disappointed by some of the outcomes, we weren't disappointed at all by the effort and competition of the teams.
Tomorrow, we head for a little park on the Clark Fork River a little east of Clinton, MT for a two-night stay.