Schweitzer Mountain Bed and Breakfast
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... cliff are, which had various perches that allowed you to jump from as low as about 10', to as high as 45'. Now that I am 50, I actually thought for a few minutes that I ought to take it easy, but i quickly ignored this and jumped from the high point. 45' is still as long a fall as i remember it, but the impact of the water seems harder than it used to be. Old age playing tricks on me?
I only did the highest leap that once, and a few more lower down, but mostly I swam and ...
... could make out a water bomber, but at a greater distance than I normally would have expected. The reason turned out to be that it was a DC-10!!! We were fortunate enough to see it make two drop passes, one of which I sort of caught on a shaky video.
As we crossed the lake leading into the Sandpoint airport, I called my wife Kay, who was waiting at the airport to meet us. She was in town visiting a friend from high school, and this ...
... been impossible to get TV through the trees. My online research had come up with another option, which is where we landed - a very nice park with good 50 amp power and water. No sewer, but neither did any of the other places have sewer hookups, so not a problem for only 2 days.
Today, we drove about 35 minutes up to the Bird Aviation Museum and Invention Center - a fascinating museum, where we spent a couple of hours wandering around.
... and we found a ski lodge. It was his first time ever in the snow. He ran around it in his thongs (of course) and filled up his esky with snow to cool his beer down. We looked into hiring gear at the ski loge but they didn't have the gloves, beanies and warm clothes needed for a day on the snow. Thinking is would be fun to do a day in the snow, we decided our next ...
... house and those who wished took naps. Lynnie and Viv hung out and enjoyed the remainder of the afternoon. When Amy arrived, Lynnie gave Viv her gift, an “Ariel” costume for Halloween. She tried it on and looked stunning. I got a few shots of her outside. I think you’ll enjoy them.
Dinner consisted of “Dead Jack” salmon on the barby, green beens, olive-herb bread from the Farmers Market, ...