Dodge Peak Lodge
Travel Blogs from Bonners Ferry
... giant watchers of history.
In some cases they can coexist and together make themselves stronger.
My next stop will be Hoodoo Canyon in the Coville National Forest.
Wish you all could come hiking with me!
... 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 ...
... this morning I am in default
camping (read Wal-Mart) in Missoula, Mt.. Everything is OK and we
will be moving into the Lolo National Forest later today,Aug 7. I will
work to catch you up on everything in the coming week!
Until then.. Take Care...Be Kind...
From “Don't Squat With Yer Spurs On!”
by Texas Bix Bender to the feller leading the camp meeting,
Remember, only a buzzard feeds on his ...
... hidden from wind and also to keep the food smell out of our camp. We found a crevice in the rocks and started to boil our water. Once we got our food cooked we sat there taking in the view and shoving that food down our mouths so fast. It tasted amazing! We couldnt be happier at that moment.
We got back to camp to get a fire started. We each took a small saw and walked around looking for dead pine trees. We each gathered a good amt of wood and got ...
... nervously went back to bed.
The next day I asked all the people at the ranch if they heard it, and no one did. But then I got to work and Ingrid asked me if I heard the women screaming in the woods the night before. INgrid and Schyler live across the road in a house and they even heard it. It woke them. I was then told by Jenna that mountain lions sound like that when attacking or fighting. They sound like a woman ...