Bonners Ferry Log Inn
Travel Blogs from Bonners Ferry
... the gas station in town.
After lunch we continued onward through the rain, mist and mud. The roads continued to be good condition and we made it to our destination of Bonner’s Ferry by 7:30. I'm afraid between the weather and the scenery the mood of the day was pretty low key, but it was a satisfying day of riding nonetheless.
NOTE: During the afternoon, we passed the 2,000 mile milestone in our ...
... we headed further north, driving by flathead lake as well as several other lakes.to see the pictures of the bison range, refer to the photo of Yellowstone from a couple of days ago. Tonight we are camping again, expecting heavy frost. Fun times... All these campgrounds have wifi. I was not expecting that.
we actually spent the night in Libby MT.
... 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 ...
... but he eventually ran away.
We turned towards CR and then had to scramble upwards to the summit thru more boulder fields and eventually another snow pile. We each went a different way up and climbed the somewhat steep rock wall to get to the base of CR. I was a little scared but yet followed thru....I regretted what side i took to get there. Once up near the top I had to find a way across to meet my buds. Luckily there were a few ridgelines ...
... to take a muscle relaxer that morning. So....I got a little sleepy pretty quick from that full day. All in all it was a short blast of fun on the lake. Most of us went back to Elkins and had a beer at the bar. But it didnt go much farther that that. I think I was in bed at 10pm that night. Maybe it was the muscle relaxer....or maybe I'm finally getting older. I like to think it was the muscle relaxer.