Northside School Bed and Breakfast
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... So instead I got to go and get the groceries for the barbecue with Leatha. We got back and everyone was back from shooting, they had started the fire so Leatha and I went in and prepared all the food for the barbecue while a couple others did nothing. Never mind we got it prepared and took it out and Will offered to cook. Steven and Mike and their families came by which was really nice again. The kids wanted to walk everywhere with me and sit with me and help go back into the house to ...
... Len and I were out shooting at Targets with the BB gun. Before long Len suggested we shoot at some clay targets with the shot gun, which Will and I were definitely not opposed to. So we were out shooting at some clay targets with the shotgun having a wail of a time when Leatha opened the window and called out "we gotta go" which was my cue that I had too leave the fun to go grocery shopping. Drats!! We went ...
... the gas station in town.
After lunch we continued onward through the rain, mist and mud. The roads continued to be good condition and we made it to our destination of Bonner’s Ferry by 7:30. I'm afraid between the weather and the scenery the mood of the day was pretty low key, but it was a satisfying day of riding nonetheless.
NOTE: During the afternoon, we passed the 2,000 mile milestone in our ...
... we headed further north, driving by flathead lake as well as several other lakes.to see the pictures of the bison range, refer to the photo of Yellowstone from a couple of days ago. Tonight we are camping again, expecting heavy frost. Fun times... All these campgrounds have wifi. I was not expecting that.
we actually spent the night in Libby MT.
... relax and let Shima drink some lake water. After that we headed back and started to choose our hike for the next day.
We went to the ranger station the next day and and chose our next hike. Down below priest lake it feeds into priest river. There is a trail called Chupmunk Rapids trail. Its about 6 mile hike. It follows an old abondoned road and then hugs a marsh for a bit. Supposedly a lot of elk and moose are out ...