Redfish Lake Lodge
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... he frequented are still open for business.
This was quite the swanky area in the middle of the 20th century with the Hollywood A-list using this as their winter playground to ski and party...now its just us mortals here, which is for the best as in a typically understated Idaho way this is a great resort area with abundant slopes at a fraction of the hipster price.
... 8217;s another story). The patron set was just what you’d expect from the Bitterroot Mountains. Before leaving Elk Bend, we accomplished what we came for - to visit the local hot springs. We danced our way through the valley of humming of Cicadas and I raced with child-like enthusiasm over craggy rock mounds to receive my highly anticipated gift; a plethora of warm waterfall fed spring pools. After jumping from pool to pool to experience the greatness of ...
... the doors are as follows:
Humming bird one
Not tremendously impressive, but a start, and we have Yellowstone to come.
In terms of media-watch, the Idaho Mountain Express paper contains an article on the wolf hunting season, which starts on Aug 30.
Anyway, here are a few photos which can perhaps give a bit of a glimpse of our ...
... you...yup its a BMW. I went for a cheaper option (HJC IS-Max modular) with integrated intercom and still saved a ton. In 42 weather its nice to pop the top get some airflow.
So while riding I got tunes blaring.....once I know where I am going I just put it in the GPS and least I have a good idea when I'll get there...*****in betty tells me when I screw up on the nav department..... but I stop a lot to take pics and stuff...that looping back ...
... magnificent. One section, the Ponderosa Scenic Byway, between Boise and Stanley was particularly incredible – there was absolutely no traffic on the road and when we stopped to take pictures the quiet – only the sounds of the birds calling and the wind rustling – was a bit eerie. Idaho is a kayaker/boater/fisherman’s haven: there are tons of lakes and rivers surrounded by huge alpine trees. The weather couldn’t ...