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Travel Blogs from Sandpoint
We actually got Alex and Sean in bed by a little after 10, which was surprising in that they had been staying up much later the last few nights.
The interesting thing about where we slept was that it was in tents set up next to the house. There were so many people staying at "Camp Kennaly" as we have nicknamed it that Kay and I and the boys set up a pair tents. It was great falling asleep to the sounds of the summer evening (as well as the echo of train horns).
... Sandpoint, Idaho was a perfect fit for us. Small town (pop. 8,000) nestled on Idaho's largest lake, Lake Pend Oreille surrounded by towering mountains. We immediately felt 'at home' here. We pulled into the Bonner County Fairgrounds to a splendid campground. It was a Sunday, the fairgrounds were quiet and we asked ...
... digital camera lens. Something inside it got loosened on our hike up to the Lake Agnes Tea House a couple days ago, and it wouldn't move properly or close all the way. He found a you-tube video about how to repair it and gave it a try. He got it all tightened up again, but handed it to me to make all the sliding sleeves in it sync up back into their proper places. Between the two of us, we ...
... 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 ...
... 20, and Kolby 24 I think. I said to them out loud that "today is the first day I feel my age." LOL We got about half way up and came to a clearing. I was hopeful that it was the top! We took a 10 minute break and enjoyed the views of Priest Lake and the surrounding mountains. After this it was back to the trail, which at this point was becoming less maintained.
As we continued climbing there were more exposed boulder fields and ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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