Schweitzer Mountain Bed and Breakfast
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After a night off of the Interstate, we got to TJ's place in the early afternoon. He and Amy, our niece-by-choice were still at work and Vivian was at Day Care.
It's an absolutely beautiful place with a fine garden, fruit trees, bees, chickens. Whitetail deer roam freely, but the newer trees are newly fenced and protected. The major part of the yard is nice and green ...
... to bed, I fell asleep to the sound of the various trains going through town - every train has to hit the horn for every crossing, of which there are many. The sound of the horns echoing through town and off the surrounding mountains slowly lull you to sleep.
I found out the hard way that Alex and I had covered a lot of ground heading westward the last few days: I have jetlag (proplag?), meaning that I was wide awake about 4 this morning. Right as I was drifting off ...
I woke up early this morning (maybe it was the scary thought about being in a Broncos bed!), but most likely it was the sound of rain on the roof.
As I looked out the window, I was treated to low ceilings and fog - not what I wanted to see. Then again, I have been fogged in at Millard several times in the past, and it always burned off by late morning. I had hoped to be able to head to Durango, CO today to visit Nancy Eakins, an old friend I had ...
... laws home right on Hwy 95, a very busy hwy. Tall firs block most of the hot sun except late in the day so Charli will stay cool, we have electric hookup from the workshop and fresh well water that tastes sweet and yummy. Best of all is the price - free.
Later in week, after I have been out and about with the camera around Sandpoint area I will post again to give you a better feel for area. The herd ...
... wasn't full of people. Perfect. The sun was shining and the day was surprisingly warm ... We put far too many layers of clothing on!
Hired some skis and tested the beginners slopes out all day. Matt, being the speedster he is Sussed it out pretty quickly and enjoyed the adrenaline of cruising down the slope out of control.
Me, I took it slow and steady. My last 2 ...