Emerald Sunrise B & B
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... but once he got inside he was greeted by several VERY nice young ladies who were manning the grill, taking orders, and generally taking care of business. They were very helpful (if I can get the WIFI to cooperate, there will be a video of them below...if not I will try to get it out tomorrow). The food was as the official up the road had said it would be...in fact it was even better. We had an absolutely delicious hamburger along with a perfect order of onion rings ...
... you would find around our home in Concord, California.
The country is beautiful and scenic. US Route 2 from Bonner's Ferry to Kalispell was a two lane highway, part of which followed the Kootenai River. We stopped at a campground along the Kootenai so we could compare to Pinecrest Lake. This particular campground was on the river, with river access and 29 ...
... homemade bread and cinnamon rolls. I swear Grandma makes the best cinnamon rolls known to mankind. Grandpa too was on a baking spree and we never ran short of his tasty white and wheat breads.
Much of our time was spent around the family dining table. Visiting with family. Talking. Laughing. An assortment of cards and board games.. The daily newspaper brought sporadic blather about the election.
In the mountains there ...
... colored and clear bottle glass, as well as 11 panels of Tiffany style stained glass.
Original family furnishings are located throughout the 26 rooms (including three bathrooms). The Music Room features a hand painted linen border next to the linen ceiling. A second floor billiard and game room boasts a large bank of windows, window seats and oak paneling. The nine bedrooms each have their ...
... expense that both of us would recommend.
We were able to find another couple to split the five-hundred dollar
per half-hour fare with. Though half an hour doesn't sound like a lot
of time, it was. The things we saw are just being digested even now
some four days later!
On our third day we rose at five-thirty
for a seven a.m. express bus up the western slope to Logan Pass.
We couldn't have had a better ...