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... to work and I traveled up to Elk where I'll be staying for the next two months.
My sister, Coleen, sold her home in Spokane Valley this past fall. She was blessed with a place to say with friends up in Elk Wa. Her little added on 'mother in law' type apartment is so cozy. There are two bedrooms (one just for me too), living room and bathroom just for her and she is just like a member of the family when it comes to sharing the rest of the house. Coleen truly has a family ...
... and watching us. She was cool, much bigger than deer and elk. We watched her for a while and took photos before continuing on. The snow got thicker the higher we went so before long we were in prime position for snow man making, so we did. Len taught us how to roll a snow ball, it was fun. I definitely wished I had remembered my gloves though, my hands got cold quickly. The results were ok, I couldn't find anything for eyes though so I just had to settle for arms. ...
... at a nearby RV campground, we found a restaurant just outside the park for dinner. Having sampled huckleberries on the last legs of the hike, it seemed fitting to also order the Huckleberry Cream Pie as a last leg of our dinner. It was very tasty, and apparently it induced some sort of coma-like experience with Holly, as she looked up from a stupor and noticed an elderly lady sitting a few feet away laughing at her for basically falling ...
... projects that will cause delays… And the contractor who runs the Hotels and RV Parks in Yellowstone have signed a new 20 year contract… it requires upgrades to lots of the facilities that visitors use… And it’s said that 28,000 room nights will not be available over the next 2 years… for those upgrades… That means that those people who’d normally spend at night ...
... and moved and used as houses by locals. Today, the only building that remains is the concrete Brig which we visited and now houses a museum.
Farragut State Park was returned to its original park conditions and now consists of campsites, bike and hiking trails, two boat launch ramps and several swimming areas.
We visited one of the swimming areas and talked to two local gals from Spirit Lake that came to ...