Amber Bear Inn
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Soon after leaving, we drove by a spot where a few cars were pulled off at the side of the road. One lady had a 3 foot long lens attached to her camera, so we figured it had to be something interesting. We slowed down a bit, where D saw that it was a GRIZZLY! I had wanted to see one from a distance – so now we did!
We ended up driving around the southern ...
... house and those who wished took naps. Lynnie and Viv hung out and enjoyed the remainder of the afternoon. When Amy arrived, Lynnie gave Viv her gift, an “Ariel” costume for Halloween. She tried it on and looked stunning. I got a few shots of her outside. I think you’ll enjoy them.
Dinner consisted of “Dead Jack” salmon on the barby, green beens, olive-herb bread from the Farmers Market, ...
... Falls. Interestingly, there are no falls in Thompson Falls. They built a huge dam over where the falls used to be, and we got some amazing pics of it from Island Park (see below). Island Park is an island in the middle of the Clark Fork River that floods each time they open the dam to allow more water through. You'll see (below) that we got pics of the signs that said 'Warning: water level may rise unexpectedly' and 'Dangerous Drop-offs'. Hmm, so ...
It's good to be back in Montana... Such a beautiful state. Many of the mountains still have snow on them and I'm surrounded by big and tall fir and spruce trees all day along. One other cool thing I've been looking forward to is the amount of daylight I'll get to enjoy up here. The first day of summer is coming up, ...
... was a day use beach with fire pits and picnic tables along it. I believe it is called Ledgebrook. Nick and Jenna had actually driven there earlier in the morning to check it out. We pulled our kayaks to shore and wandered around the beach. We checked out a big boulder and rock hill/formation. Jenna and Nick attempted to free climb it earlier. Jenna had successfully done it actually. She and Colby do legitimate rock climbing ...