Schweitzer Mountain Bed and Breakfast
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... some kind of limit on it), he did get up to jumping off points about 25 feet up, and diving from 15 feet. Pretty impressive for a little guy.
We finally went back to our beach spot where we laid out and warmed up before heading back to the house. Unfortunately, I had forgotten my camera, so I have no photos of the swimming and diving.
In the evening, most of the adults went back to the music festival, but Kay and I were content to stay at the house with 6 of the ...
... I walked over to the FBO. It appeared deserted at first, but then a mellow black airport dog came out to say hello, followed quickly by the employee who was on-duty. Not much of a conversationalist, he told us to take the beat up green Pontiac (with the keys in the visor, a standard airplane vehicle trick) into town.
Alex and I made the run to McDonalds, and it was all the more interesting because we were the only people in the place not wearing ...
... It was a thrill for Jody.
While in Sandpoint, we swam, sailed in a sailboat race, took a boat tour and traveled many enjoyable miles on the scooter along lovely country and mountain roads. We headed up to Schweitzer Mountain Ski Resort, which offered an awe inspiring view of the ...
... digital camera lens. Something inside it got loosened on our hike up to the Lake Agnes Tea House a couple days ago, and it wouldn't move properly or close all the way. He found a you-tube video about how to repair it and gave it a try. He got it all tightened up again, but handed it to me to make all the sliding sleeves in it sync up back into their proper places. Between the two of us, we ...
... barren in this area, with lots of volcanic rock and sparse trees. The dam itself is huge and quite impressive.
Just a few miles from town, we came upon a federal campground called Spring Valley. I’m guessing that was the name of the area prior to the flooding caused by the dam. There was apparently a glacial lake here too in ancient times. We found a relatively level spot for five dollars for the night. Lots of ...