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... when Cole ran out of gas. We were close enough to town that rather than stop and siphon, Claudio employed his now infamous one foot push method… where he pulls up alongside of the other bike and puts his foot on the left rear footpeg and propels the other bike forward from this point of contact. The "Do not try this at home" warning applies, but Claudio is very skilled and in any case managed to push Cole all the ...
We left behind a drizzly sky and vocal swans getting ready to migrate to Canada. Good coffee is virtually non existent. No wonder Starbucks has done well here. Unfortunately there wasn't a Starbucks at Clark Fork so we tried our luck at a small cafe/diner. First impressions were left wanting. Carol, the waitress looked like she'd eaten well, played hard and fast in a past life and was wearing black shorts ...
... landslides and the track record of
flash floods and dam failures in this area have made my more
conscious of being sure to camp above any dam! The tunnel is owned by
NBSF RR and Amtrak uses it as well. I still haven't ventured out to
see it though.
This evening we will be back at
Fireman’s Park in Libby before returning along the byway to Rexford
At this point everything has
changed! We have turned ...
... but he eventually ran away.
We turned towards CR and then had to scramble upwards to the summit thru more boulder fields and eventually another snow pile. We each went a different way up and climbed the somewhat steep rock wall to get to the base of CR. I was a little scared but yet followed thru....I regretted what side i took to get there. Once up near the top I had to find a way across to meet my buds. Luckily there were a few ridgelines ...
... thoroughfare then we connected our boats and started the real party. We trolled thru to the lake at a slow pace as people hopped back and forth between boats. We also had the music bumping pretty loud. Everyone was on the same level and the energy in the air was electrifying. As we came upon the upper lake I turned my eyes to the horizon. I wanted to take it all in, even with all the partying going ...