Hidden Moose Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... the border at Roosville only to arrive in Eureka in time for another spectacular thunder and lightening storm! We were given some free cherry pie from a fellow cycle tourer, which was gratefully received. Day 10. Thursday 21st August. Eureka to Tuchuck Campground. From here we cycled over the Whitefish divide to our first wild camp for a while, at Tuchuck Campground. This area is said to be "so wild that unruly grizzly bears are sometimes relocated here ...
Just a beautiful sunrise this morning. Check out the picture of the sunrise reflected on the mountain! I'm not sure in which order my pictures will post on this blog today. I’m letting the blog app place the pictures. I’ve been placing the pics myself, but thought I’d try out this feature. I worked on some WW stuff for a couple hours EARLY this morning (gotta get those hours in!), then fixed us breakfast – eggs, hashbrowns and ...
... sandwich. I love seeing the hills, lakes, valleys & snow covered mountains all around us. Does anyone know what the yellow flowering fields are? We arrived at our home for the next week ecstatic to be in such a lovely location! A peaceful, serene, great ...
Turns out I wasn't wrong about the campground being open this week – they post a date online but then shut things down depending on the activity of the bears. This year the bears came early, so they decided the morning I drove up to close the campgrounds to all tents and other "soft side" (meaning: anything a hungry bear could tear through) campers. I was speaking to some other campers at the KOA and someone had ...
Glacier was also very productive on the animal front. I managed to see the usual assortment of critters, but also a black bear and a mother grizzly with her cub!
Glacier had been stunning, but I think I prefer the giant old growth forests of the North Cascades to the more open pine forests here. But both of these were likely to pale in comparison with my next destination, the mother of all US Parks: Yellowstone!
[970 miles on the road]