Amber Bear Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... taking photos along the creek in front of F&C’s house while appetizers and dinner was being prepared. It was lovely having a smoke-free view of the mountains while the sun set. After dinner, the sky turned pink as we watched the same buck that visited us the day before munch along the meadow. I tried to snap a photo from the deck, but when I walked out I disturbed the buck and he came running towards the house across the creek and out of ...
... BUSY there, and our stop took much longer than we thought it would. So we called our friends (F&C) before running out of cell service to let them know that we’d be a little longer than we thought. But even that wasn’t a good estimate. About 20 miles before we made it to Libby, we hit another batch of road construction. This was by far some of the worst we’ve encountered. We finally ...
... one of our favorites, the quail. I really enjoy their cry. It reminds me of our time spent in the Arizona deserts.
The next morning we headed out to Coeur d’Alene, Idaho, a distance of about a hundred and forty miles. We met our friends, Lisa and Jim, at the local Costco. We had already gassed up Shorty and were ready for lunch. They picked us up and drove us to a restaurant they like in the old downtown area. ...
... landslides and the track record of
flash floods and dam failures in this area have made my more
conscious of being sure to camp above any dam! The tunnel is owned by
NBSF RR and Amtrak uses it as well. I still haven't ventured out to
see it though.
This evening we will be back at
Fireman’s Park in Libby before returning along the byway to Rexford
At this point everything has
changed! We have turned ...
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, ...