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... worth a stop. If you're into fishing, Washington, Idaho, and Montana are covered with the most beautiful lakes and fishing is very popular. We have seen and continue to see the most beautiful country sides, mountains, forests, lakes, rivers and plains. It's awesome. As most of you know, I'm way behind on the blog. We are much farther down the road so the next blog post will be coming really soon. We hope everyone is having a great summer and are able to get out and have some ...
... them coming to see us next time in California. I really hope it happens!
We have looked at the map and it looks like we may make it to North Dakota tomorrow. Not sure why, but Mike wants to go to Fargo. So we are headed that direction in the morning.
... and set up camp.
While filtering water from the nearby pond, a brown trout swam nearby. We all watched for minutes. Then we set down for dinner, rice and bean jambalaya followed by hot chocolate. After cleaning up, brushing teeth, and hanging our food, we went for a pre-bedtime stroll up a nearby knoll. Then we snuggled into our sleeping bags and read some more by headlamp before closing our eyes.
It was a chilly ...
... pure fiction but we will have to stay alert to both the fire hazards as well as
movement of wildlife due to the fires. We hope that the haze abates so that we will have better Kodak moments.
After not getting enough sleep, driving 356 miles, and
having another hot afternoon; we were all grouchy and enjoyed snapping at each
other at least until our bellies were filled with another one of ...
... over fallen trees, digging at the bark to get the tasty bugs inside. Matt spent about an hour watching it outside the car while the mosquitos tried to pick him up and take him away. The sun set while we were watching. It would have been so romantic if not for the other 40 people gathering around and taking photographs. The most impressive hot spring was the Grand Prismatic Hot Spring, a huge bright blue oval spring with edges of green, yellow and orange. We climbed up ...