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Travel Blogs from Sandpoint
... July" rendezvous. Sraddha's sister, and family travels in from various places in the world to attend this. With 6 nieces/nephews and 14 great nieces/nephews (ages 1-9), I call them "the herd". They are fun too.
I won't post everyday, however there is much to be seen up here. Sandpoint has one of the iconic railroad photography locations in USA so I hope to get out to do some of that. We are camped at ...
... been impossible to get TV through the trees. My online research had come up with another option, which is where we landed - a very nice park with good 50 amp power and water. No sewer, but neither did any of the other places have sewer hookups, so not a problem for only 2 days.
Today, we drove about 35 minutes up to the Bird Aviation Museum and Invention Center - a fascinating museum, where we spent a couple of hours wandering around.
Today was a day of driving. We stayed just outside of seattle, sick of the cold wet windy weather we decided to head east. After getting up to...surprise surprise rain.... We drove off along the highway to discover beautiful mountains peppered with snow. Once we got away from the mountains it was sunshine. We haven't seen sun in days! In the mountains Matt pulled off to a ...
... and dessert. We had brought some of the blackberries from Lisa’s and given them to TJ. He prepared a cobbler that morning, so we enjoyed it with fresh cream. After TJ picked some Hungarian Purple Chilies from the garden and three of us tried them out. He claimed that they weren’t that hot, but I noticed that both he and Amy both turned a nice shade of Red and danced around a bit in their chairs after a couple of bites. I, ...
... so large
that you couldn't see the length of it from indoors. As soon as I
stepped outside I was blown away. It was the most perfectly intact,
perfect rainbow I had ever seen. Each bar of color was crisp and
bright. It formed a perfect arch without any breaks in it and the
ends landed right in the lake leaving a glowing hue upon the water.
The raindbow was shining bright with the sky to the north breaking up
and a little ...