The 1908 Pruett House
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First the disclaimer: since it has been a year or more since I added anything to this blog I would like to remind my casual readers that you should not expect too much from these entries. I only write them for my family friends and as sort of public diary. So if misspellings or incorrect grammar or sentence structure bothers you just don't read them. I don’t fret over proofreading them or look up things you can easily find on the net. These are ...
... 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 ...
... swim in a Canadian Lake. Ate dinner and took a half mile walk around the lake. Ellie started qestioning my hunting/hiking skills at 5 miles and dark and no survival gear. She stayed good humored though since we were seeing deer and ...
We ate breakfast at a local diner yesterday according to our law of eating where the locals go, hence last night's Pizza Hut dinner. Like our dinner, our breakfast was calorie filled, your proteins, your starches, your sugars, enough to feed a family. Surprisingly, the meal carried me through the first 60 miles of the day along Lake Koocanusa. Koocanusa is similar to Tahoe in foliage and water hue, ...
... 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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