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... I remember watching the Salmon run with my sister and hiking the falls with Kevin and Dave Halesworth. As I remember these memories, I think of what my life would have been like if I'd never left Florida - how those events would have never happened or shaped my life. And then I wonder how many memories I've prevented by leaving? Those memories of the future are now ghosts that'll never exist. As ...
... movement on this thing. Also, the boards themselves were creaky, cracked, and moved around a bunch. Scary stuff!
Video #1 - Christy braves the bridge! (Loud)
Video #2 - Stuart's turn to cross! (Loud)
Now that we have the first hike out of the way, it's time head back. First we had to climb back up those damn stairs ... ugh! At least back at the entrance there is a little snack shack thing that has ice ...
There were prolonged fellowshipping and discussions at the close of services. Roasted peanuts, unleavened bread and honey and Soboro (a local spicy herbal drink) were served as refreshments.
We said our good byes and expressed our individual and collective appreciation to Mark for sacrificing in many ways to be here with us.
Later in the afternoon, I dropped Mark Mickelson off at the Kotoka International Airport to catch his flight back home to Spokane.
... I went again. My, oh, my was it fun. On my trip up the lift I spoke with the two traveling on the lift with me. They said "I didn't think they would let you on the mountain without a full face helmet at least". After my second blast down the mountain, I was happy to have avoided injury and headed back to the room to clean up and check out at our delayed departure of 12:30. It was then time to beat a path towards Alaska if we had any likelihood of making it there at ...
... We saw a huge herd of ranched buffalo. We entered the Bitterroot Mountain Range. We found Plains. We found Paradise. We missed a turnoff. We picnicked by what we think was the Clark Fork (river). We came again into what I dubbed "stereotypical Montana scenery": the river, the rocks, the aspens, the pines, the mountains, the blue sky.
We peaked the Bitterroot Range (at Lookout Pass), crossed into Idaho, and crossed ...