BEST WESTERN Edgewater Resort
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I had my final day of snowboarding lessons today. We woke up early and hit the road to drive Len's truck all the way up to the top to stay and Dan and Laurie's condo at the Alpine. We made it up the hill safely got our rentals, dropped off our gear at the condo and arranged my final. Lesson. My instructors name was Kasey. He was a young fella from Alaska and it all ...
... worked out that well two weeks ago.
I suggested that Alex try to cool himself off by pouring some water on his hair. He did that, then tried to splash some on his back from an empty drink cup. He gave me the cup, and I proceeded to douse him right in the face, and this then triggered a great laughing free-for-all as I hit him a few more times with water.
On takeoff, we immediately found ourselves in hot, bumpy air. We had to fly north ...
... the gas station in town.
After lunch we continued onward through the rain, mist and mud. The roads continued to be good condition and we made it to our destination of Bonner’s Ferry by 7:30. I'm afraid between the weather and the scenery the mood of the day was pretty low key, but it was a satisfying day of riding nonetheless.
NOTE: During the afternoon, we passed the 2,000 mile milestone in our ...
... in the seclusion and calmness of this place. Shima even got in the water a bit.
After that we took the loop back to the trail and hiked over a hilltop that had been cleared by a fire previously. We hiked up and over it back to an old abandoned road. It was a shorter route on the way back. We did the whole hike in under 3 hrs. Not too shabby. After these 2 hikes I now feel amped to do an overnight backpacking trip!
... doing it was that it is 60 more a month and also I set up my little fortress at Elkins...with the idea that I would tear down a lot of stuff I built at end of summer. I didnt build the stuff to be transported, and didnt know if it would make the journey. I decided to move the camper with it fully popped up. I had built a bunch of shelving in it and it was near impossible to remove to fold down the camper. I first pulled out of my ...