Dodge Peak Lodge
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Travel Blogs from Bonners Ferry
... the sport white topped waves. Lodging tonight is the cheapest so far and reclining in the room it's blatantly obvious why. As we're suffering from saturated fat overload we decided to buy something healthy from Safeway. My clam chowder was acceptable. Some of the clams were like knicker elastic but fairly tasty. The 'healthy' choice Chris made was dry and unappetising but we really enjoyed our non-healthy ...
... must be working for you!”
did it, but something sure chilled the air between us! After all, his
was the biggest, newest rig in the park by far! Most of the good
folks were quite modestly camping in tents or older pull-behinds.
Heck, how was I to know he was their Preacher!?! It must have been
hard for him to reach out to me after our first and only meeting!
With Logan SP behind us we turned west
back, to Libby and ...
... my temper and couldnt take going up 4 boulders then running back 3 to get her as she ran away. I finally just hiked back to camp and put her in the tent and ran back to find my friends. There were on the top with a father and daughter already. I scrambled up as fast as I could and met them there. We all sat up there for a good 30 minutes and just took in the sights and pointed out various geological formations. We then scrambled back down and had a snack ...
... then hugged the coastline to the thoroughfare and eventually ended up at Upper Priest. We didnt go that far because I had work but we did about half of it. The first part of the hike was starting off from the Beaver Creek campground parking lot. It winded thru the woods and large cedars. We soon came across a field of fallen trees that was somewhat eerie. I dont know if a wind storm blew them down or it was from a old fire ...
... was much more secluded and pristine. Was nice to see all that shoreline without any development on it.
We drove across and saw a sandy beach for us to drive our boats upon. Priest Lake is special in that way. There are so many natural sandy shorelines to bring your boat right up to. We docked our boat on the sand and people jumped out with floaties, volleyballs, footballs and beer. We spent ...