The 1908 Pruett House
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... a dislike for the way Whitefish had changed in the last ten years. I had seen a number of bumper stickers that now had context. "Idaho sounds Nice..." "Montana Sucks...Now Go Tell All Your Friends". Like Bozeman, here was another Montana town growing exponentially. One person I spoke with had lived in Whitefish for thirty years. After a few back and forths she suggested that I might like Eureka. I noticed that it was right on my path west. ...
... views overlooking pristine Lake Koocanusa. The forest thick with pine trees of all sizes sheltered the many song birds that were my company for the day, as the wide shouldered roads were empty of traffic. I arrived ...
... and experiences. There will be adult language so if you are letting kids read them you have need warned.
I’m not really sure how this got started, perhaps I saw a few adventure motorcyclists running through Tahoe and wanted to get back on the road. I happened to mention in passing my thought of riding up to Alaska to my good friend Lee Kulchawick. We discussed it briefly. The next thing I know, Lee is calling me about some KLR’s ...
... for another 55 days (20 hours and 48 minutes, but who's counting?) We have spent the last 2 days together at Cathy's cabin, and planned and talked. This morning, we went on our first walk together, after having trained apart. It was wonderful! Last night we laid out all our gear on the bed and compared. We weighed our packs, and basically got excited like little girls starting school. In two days I go back home, and the next time we see each other, we will probably be ...
... from extending our stay in Glacier
by an extra night, which in and of it's self wasn't a bad thing. The
problem was that we were moving to a new CG, Dickey Lake, on a friday
afternoon. We knew better. The best days for campground changes are
Wednesdays or Sundays. So with no space available we were forced on
up the road to Eureka.
Leaving Dickey Lake meant leaving the 'seven mile long
railroad tunnel story' behind us. No photos. ...
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