Whitebird Summit Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Adjoining Rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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TravelPod Member ReviewsWhitebird Summit Lodge Grangeville
Privat betriebene Guest Lodge. Eine wahre Erholung! Wie häufig bei so kleinen Lodgen mit direkten Familienanschluss. Muss man mögen, ebenso wie die Versammlung der ausgestopften Tiere die vom Hausherrn erjagt worden. Mancher Zoo wäre vermutlich stolz auf diese Sammlung.
Ich persönlich versteh ja nicht warum man sowas macht, muss es aber vielleicht auch gar nicht verstehen.
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... popcorn!), an extra sleeping bag to throw across us that night (because they told us it had gotten down to 23 degrees the previous two nights! Yikes!), and coffee in a thermos with two mugs in the morning. We don't have much to repay them for their kindness, but we do have unicorn cards and offer them a reading in return. They looked a little uneasy about the whole idea, but decide to go ahead once I told them the Unicorns only have positive messages. Royanne agrees that ...
... shower with, and the outside of my helmet was too hot to touch. I haven't experienced conditions this difficult since a Death Valley Double Century that I rode a few years ago. I seriously questioned in my mind whether I wanted to finish this tour. Reg and I decided that we did not want to camp that night and we wanted a shower and a bed so we stayed at the Blue Mountain ...
... me in Great Falls (see May 17th entry) but had a mini-stroke. He wanted to meet me in person so he came to the campground, took Reg and I out for a beer then drove us up the mountain to see what we had to look forward to the next day. He is in much better condition and said he would meet us in Pomeroy (I'm in Washington now) on his ...
... m overlooking the beautiful Winchester Lake, enjoying a freeze dried Mpuntain House dinner of turkey tetrazzini (it's quite good!) and enjoying an impudent yet satisfying c******nay. Y'all should join me sometime, the days are hard but the nights are great! I bypass historical sites unless I find them interesting. The pictures that I think are related to the theme of this trip I've ...
... Bob tried his hand at fishing and caught a small bass. Steph, Adam and I took turns at kayaking around the inlet. Tam's knowledge of the forest, history and folklore of the area made the trip entertaining. Sue provided us with a delicious dinner of chili rellenos, salad and fresh fruit dessert.
Ebony took a couple of dunks in the water - I think unintentionally, poor thing, but I'm sure it cooled her off! She was a great boat dog!