Schweitzer Mountain Bed and Breakfast
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TripAdvisor Reviews Schweitzer Mountain Bed and Breakfast Sandpoint
Travel Blogs from Sandpoint
We woke up early which killed me and got ready to head up the mountain. I had laid out my clothes the day before in preparation for today's early departure. We had breakfast and hit the road. We arrived just after the shuttle had left so we had to wait another half hour before heading up the hill. We hopped on the 10am bus and headed up to the resort. As it turned out we would miss the ...
... was a great time.
For dinner, TJ barbecued lamb kabobs and made a delicious Greek Salad... It was a wonderful meal and a great time visiting with both TJ and Amy. We had a grand time visiting with the family. I'm thankful that Lynnie got us re-connected with them back when Vivian was first born. It has been a blessing to us both.
We got out of Sandpoint at a reasonable hour and ...
... went back to the house, where I almost fell asleep - the nearly 8 hours of flight time today were exhausting.
One member of the family who definitely was not ready for sleep was our dog, Cocoa, who had come on the trip with Kay and Sean. She bounced and barked for quite a while when Alex and I showed up.
Tonight, we're off to an outdoor concert. I am not sure if Alex and I will continue home tomorrow, or stay one more day - we'll decide that in the morning.
... CharLi (our RV), towing Mr. Toad while Sraddha drove the Subaru up to sell to our nephew in Sandpoint. I took a few photos with iPhone while driving (shh - don't tell Sraddha) which I have posted below to give you a feel for the area. The roads and rolling hills were fun.
Sandpoint is about 60 miles south of the Canadian border and north of where the reputed "Neo-Nazi's" hang out. Not sure of that ...
... As a kid, I would always complain about how dull my life was. I wanted fantasy adventures like the ones you read in story books. Now that I've grown up a bit, I realise that sometimes you have to make your own adventure.
For the past year I've been saving money and making preparations for my dream trip to Europe. I picked up my flight ticket in April and renewed ...