Red Lion Templin'S Hotel On The River
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... of wildfires burning in Washington, Idaho and Oregon. Unfortunately the poor air quality affected our Glacier NP experience….the views of distant mountains on the majestic drive along Going to the Sun Road -- and even trees on the other side of the expansive Lake McDonald – was like viewing through a hazy set of eye-glasses.
But there’s no mistaking that Glacier was still a great experience. We got in some nice ...
... golf green! While there, we walked around the resort area, gazed at the deep, blue water and took a drive to the other side of the lake, where there is a timeshare that the Huffs were interested in seeing. We looked for wildlife, including eagles but considering its July and full of tourists, they were not in sight. We are headed to Glacier National Park. Another place on our bucket list. Maybe there will be more wildlife there. ...
Day 12: 1912 miles
After I left Cle Elem, I headed north to Leavenworth, a small town that has reinvented itself as a Bavarian ski village. All the buildings and street signs have those little flourishes and "ye olde dry goods" look to them. Even the Starbucks gets into the act.
From Leavenworth, I picked up State Highway 2 and headed west toward Spokane. Soon the mountains and hills leveled out, the trees disappeared, and ...
We left Missoula feeling much better. The visit with the ENT doctor went very well. No surgery is required now, nor perhaps at all! We'll know after three months of using nose drops. Whatta deal... I won't bore you with the details. Let it suffice to say it's another blessing to my way of thinking.
The road was mostly dry all the way to Blue Dog RV in Post Falls, Idaho. Only over the infamous Lookout Pass was ...
What is often true of hikes like these is that you spend a lot of time trekking through forest and one tree soon begins to look like all the others. Due to the thick vegetation, visibility is limited until you reach viewpoints, where you are often rewarded with stunning views, in this case out over splendid Lake Coeur d’Alene. The work/reward ratio, however, for this kind of trail is often on the low side. ...