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Travel Blogs from Bonners Ferry
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 ...
... follow. Once there we all sat down and made sure to touch CR(chimney rock). We saw the area where it recently calved and a large portion fell down. We took in the amazing view before taking a piece of it and heading back.
We scrambled down the boulder field and then matt and I checked out the bottom of the waterfall. It was pretty cool. We then went back towards the snow and filled our water bottles right where the snowmelt turned into a stream. ...
... like I was crazy. Sidenote-the other day I was driving down the road and a black bear crossed in front of my Jeep at night and it just sat there. I stared at it then Shima saw it and tried to jump out the window at the bear. She wanted to kill it. But this time she wasn't budging. I grabbed my bear mace, knife and a spotlight and ran onto my deck hollering and clanking my metal objects together. At this point I heard ...
... before. Not a lot but it only takes a few for
me to feel it in the morning. I heard the guys outside my camper and
decided to be a man and go climb that mountain. On this adventure
were Kolby, Jay and myself...and Shima of course. We headed a few
miles north past Grandview. We then turned down a gravel road and
drove 2.5 miles up the mountain. We had to keep our eyes open for
the trail which is unmarked. We found ...