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Travel Blogs from Sandpoint
... black pantyhose. Stunning. Our coffee would have to be the worst we've had the misfortune to endure and before we'd choked down more than half a cup Carol swooped in refilled both of them. Even at the princely sum of $2 for both, it was more than they were worth. A couple of wild turkeys scratched in the grass verge between Clark Fork and East Hope. Bit skinny. Not much of a feed. Lake Pend Oreille is ...
... 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 ...
... or two below the surface. I instantly panicked and popped up above the water. I saw all my items in the water right below the surface but I was more focused on grabbing the kayaking and righting it up. As I did this I saw my beach towel sink and also my digital camera start heading towards the bottom of the lake. I knew they were a lost cause because this lake tops 300 feet deep. I also saw my Nalgene water bottle floating away. At ...
... if you are at the bar you can ask for a to go cup and u get a plastic cup with a lid for your drink to take with you in your car, boat etc. so, anyways back to the topic at hand. With the slow season and rain we are struggling right now. So I have 4 straight days off. The hard thing to do is to kill time and find activities that dont involve spending money. I myself have spent the last few days in the water. As I told in my ...
... And if you dont watch yourself I feel like a lot of people just end up blowing all the money they make at the bars around here.
One new experience I had since I've been here is that I got to see how a wedding is set up and done. A small wedding was in the works for this last weekend. The first of the season. Problem was it was a outside wedding with no tent and the storms here have been relentless. It has been raining non stop on and ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed