Northside School Bed and Breakfast
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this b&b rated in the past?
Photos of Northside School Bed and Breakfast
TripAdvisor Reviews Northside School Bed and Breakfast Bonners Ferry
Travel Blogs from Bonners Ferry
... her. We gave Len and Leatha the decoration that we had bought them so that Len could put that on the tree and I put on the angel at the top. We then started decorating and that took us almost 2 and a half hours. The tree looks fantastic. We then sat down for turkey dinner leftovers and watched a little tv. After Leatha and I wrapped up some gifts in the lounge room to put under the tree. It was a really lovely ...
... bathroom stop and thick shakes and nuggets at McDonalds. We then continued in to Bonners and back to Lens place. We arrived to a box of gifts, all of Wills gifts were perfect fits, however my pants and a sweater were a size too small. I think they were a little disappointed but happy that I liked them. My shoes, pyjamas and scarf were perfect. Will and I then headed back out with Len to pick up the table, a refill for the gas bottle for tomorrow to cook the turkey ...
It's been a long time since we've gone on a road trip and this will definitely be the longest one we've taken so far. We plan to be gone about a month, we are starting out with reservations at the Izaak Walton Inn, in Glacier National Park. We are meeting up with friends Cindy, Tim, Kirk and Linda. Hopefully, there will still be snow for cross-country skiing. ...
... the river at over three hundred thousand. Again, the people
I talked with were not those who were buying!
While camped here along the Yaak, I
found out more about the seven mile long tunnel! The tunnel was
built as a result of the Libby Dam construction. Mt RT 37, Lake
Koocanusa Byway, was also rerouted at that time. I need to learn more
about the land slide there at the dam back in 1973. All this
fascination with ...
... priest lake. We got up there easily and just sat by the edge and looked over the lake. We only stayed a bit then stumbled down the mtn back to our cars to head back to Elkins...I had work that night at 6pm and had to get back.
I was glad to be able to get that close to Chimney Rock this summer. That was on my bucket list of places to go and things to do. A memorable experience. But for anyone that knows backpacking....every trip is memorable!