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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 ...
... s place and then wandered over in front of our place. He more or less attacked the willows with his antlers for a bit and then laid down within marble-shooting distance of our deck...that is if you're an olympic marble shooter. Just to be on the safe side, for once, I got all of my pictures tonight through the windows. Fear is a great motivator. ;o)
We'll be leaving tomorrow afternoon and ...
... last hike was dramatic. The Bear Grass was long gone from the blooming stage, and was headless. The Indian Paintbrush was at a higher altitude...and, hardly a dandelion was noted.
Shortly after the hike and lunch, the neighbors headed home. We had a great time and hope to do it again. It's their turn to fill in as Designated Pickers of the sacred raspberries today, so they really did have to go home. ;o)
Oh yes, Lynn and I tried out our ...
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 ...
... evening, and of course the standard array of squirrels, chipmunks and scavenger birds that reside in the wilderness.
Connie was able to get some pictures of a few Bald Eagles and a cow moose. Thank you Larry & Fran for the boat ride that gave me that GREAT photo-opportunity!
On to Yellowstone for Jim & Connie. The rest of the group returned home to attend the NRA Banquet Saturday evening.