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... It was incredible! Full rooms set up with original furniture from the late 1800s, even a school room. Old historic photos of the mines and miners, the fire that was the worst fire in US history, even old baseball cards with Shoeless Joe and others. There were even old buildings in the town. Then we went on to the Old Mission. ...
... many of the lake homes. We enjoyed the drive and took many pictures.
After leaving the lake we passed a shopping center and found Caruso;s Deli. They made great sandwiches. I had a pastrami on a homemade roll that was about a foot long and Lisa had a half of a chicken salad sandwich. The doggies also had some of my sandwich.
... 3 cylinders instead. :)
We saw the Mission Mountain peaks on our left from Summit Lake... at a lovely surprise turnout.
We eventually came to Swan Lake, which said it was the longest lake without a dam. (Not sure if that's state, country, world...?) Further down, we saw a heavily logged mountainside... a few trees left standing. And soon, found ourselves rolling into beautiful Bigfork. I was very excited about ...
... a question that makes me sit a little straighter: "Why did you choose this border crossing to enter the US?" This brings back memories of last summer when the border guard at Emerson, Manitoba did not like that Jim and I were from Edmonton, crossing through Manitoba and going to Minneapolis for only two days. Long story short, we were turned back. I hold my breath. "We were here in Creston for a barbeque," Heidi tells him. The ...
... jeans that were pretty reasonably priced, a bracelet, and a diamondy necklace! If I had more money, I could have done some MAJOR damage. For lunch we ate at a place called Scratch, which was highly recommended, and very good! Then, we drove around four and a half more hours before stopping at a campground in Seattle, Washington for the ...
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