Bonners Ferry Log Inn
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... notable exception was a stretch that got very muddy (see pictures) and ultimately ended in a dead end. As it turns out, we learned from a forest service ranger we encountered that the road was in the process of being de-commissioned.
Once back on track we continued to the North and were joined by two other riders who were following the same route. Together we rode to lunch. Just before lunch we ran into a ...
... 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.
... the river at over three hundred thousand. Again, the people
I talked with were not those who were buying!
While camped here along the Yaak, I
found out more about the seven mile long tunnel! The tunnel was
built as a result of the Libby Dam construction. Mt RT 37, Lake
Koocanusa Byway, was also rerouted at that time. I need to learn more
about the land slide there at the dam back in 1973. All this
fascination with ...
... off the snow...that creek winded thru the ridges and valley thru piles of rock and lush pillow luck sponges of grass. Eventually it came into a crevice that got deeper and the water flowed heavily under a sheet of snow down a cliff with 50 foot high granite walls and eventually tumbled a good 100 feet down to the lower valley. We veered back towards CR at this time and came across a wild Marmot....he was a big sucker and going right up near Matt. He ...
... in the seclusion and calmness of this place. Shima even got in the water a bit.
After that we took the loop back to the trail and hiked over a hilltop that had been cleared by a fire previously. We hiked up and over it back to an old abandoned road. It was a shorter route on the way back. We did the whole hike in under 3 hrs. Not too shabby. After these 2 hikes I now feel amped to do an overnight backpacking trip!