Kingston, Idaho

Kingston 5 Ranch B & B
Trip Day Seventeen: June 28, 2000
Walt & Pat Gentry
Our Hosts

Kingston is about 30 miles east of Coeur d'Alene on Interstate-90. We had no idea how long it would take to drive from Lake Louise. We had expected delays at the border. There were none. So, we arrived earlier than expected and had a short wait for our hosts to return home from riding their dirt bikes in the hills! These active people ski, ride horses, and motorcycles, and they are not opposed to taking long hikes when time permits.

The Back Entry
Is The Guest Entry

We stayed on the top floor where the view of the surrounding country side is exquisite. The picture above was taken from the balcony of that room. Below: Flowers of every description brighten the landscape.

When staying at the Kingston 5 B & B you are pampered in everyway the hosts can think of. The only caveat is that when Pat decorated she chose to install white carpet. Because of this decision, she requires that guests remove their shoes when indoors. If you feet don't require the support that shoes provide, it's no problem, but if they do, it is.

Check out the website of the Kingston Ranch B&B.

Pat Gentry is an excellent cook, and the breakfast she served for us was supurb.

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Page last updated August 7, 2000.