Indian Creek Campground
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TravelPod Member ReviewsIndian Creek Campground Deer Lodge
Stayed here for a week and it was very enjoyable. Clean and remodeled restrooms and shower facilities.
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Day two saw us hitting the road and heading east on I-90. Another day designed to put miles behind us, but the scenery was much better and saw a lot of wildlife along the route. A herd of elk, a group of mountain sheep and several eagles along the rivers. Also followed along the BNSF railroad line for much of the way and saw several trains out and about. For those of you uninitiated to trains, BNSF stands ...
... as we did on our last trip here. The major difference is that Chris and Maggie were with us and know something about wildflowers! I've been guessing and calling those that we see, UFOs (Unidentified Flowering Objects) Now I have pictures of nine identified species. They'll be located with the old UFOs in a safe place. Yep, Flickr. If you haven't bookmarked the site yet, let me know via email, and I'll be your guide.
The change ,along the trail, ...
After a leisurely breakfast and shower we had a very pretty drive following the I-90 from Coeur D'Alene, Idaho to Deer Lodge, Montana.
At Deer Lodge we had a nice KOA camp spot backed onto a small river. We enjoyed a relaxing evening and watched a beautiful sunset.
In the morning it was time for my first attempt at emptying the holding tanks. It did not go well and mom ...
... the Pintlers to the south. At Georgetown Lake Kokanee
salmon is the most sought after species, followed by rainbow trout. The Lake has four public boat ramps. In winter, Georgetown Lake is used for ice fishing and snowmobiling. Access to lodging, restaurants, casinos and a marina. Camping is also available around the Lake at a number of National Forest campgrounds, and is easily accessible from Montana Highway ...
This morning both Lynnie and I got up at five-forty-five. She meets each Tuesday with two of here longtime friends, Sandi and Mary. The are the "Cursillo Musketeers", as I call them. She was home by about eight. I had most of my stuff ready to load and she got hers ready too. Her cousin, Debbie, stopped by to pick up a couple of plants for her Butte garden. We had a short visit and sang Happy Birthday and she was off.