Jeni Cook had a plan.
Tia Tarpley gave an apologetic smile just before 2 p.m. as customer took a Mama Tiaz pizza, protected in its white box, back to his car at the Prairie Pavilion on the northern end of Coeur d’Alene.
The sun is out. The lakes are glistening blue. The highways are wide-open. The trifecta of great weather, outdoor recreation and summer vacations blend together in North Idaho to make a unique concoction for the perfect family trip, complete with meals at some of the best restaurants in driving distance.
Greg Assade of Rathdrum examined the bottom shelf at O’Reilly’s in Hayden with troubled concern as he debated the price and merits of an aluminium oil pan.
Flower sales blossom for valentines
The scent from the Northwest Boulevard refrigerator was somehow both mysterious and unmistakable, spiced in secrecy as well as comforting familiarity.
The late November days mean the start of a few reliable American traditions: Holiday shopping, Christmas music and a review of Section 179 in the tax code.