RiverStone Family Lodge
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... had a certain look. There were a few "crunchies" but mostly, it was fancy cars, brand new clothes(name brand, of course) and hair and make-up done "just right". Eewww. This wasn't going to work attire. It was "I'm going to town and might be "seen"" attire. I could feel my foot subconsciously pressing down on the gas pedal. I stayed just long enough to get gas, get coffee, check email and interact with a couple of locals.To a person, ...
Today was a more of a challenging ride than I realized from the bike map elevation charts, as I toured through the Kootenai National Forest. Up and down the winding roads I was overwhelmed by the ...
First the disclaimer: since it has been a year or more since I added anything to this blog I would like to remind my casual readers that you should not expect too much from these entries. I only write them for my family friends and as sort of public diary. So if misspellings or incorrect grammar or sentence structure bothers you just don't read them. I don’t fret over proofreading them or look up things you can easily find on the net. These are ...
... me? The idea took off almost immediately. It resonated in my soul, with a resounding 'yes'. My husband and my wonderful children became my biggest supporters almost immediately, forgoing things for themselves, so mom could have 'her trip'. But it's so much more than a trip. We just call it that. As Cathy and I have emailed each other a hundred times over the past 10 months, the trip has taken on a life, and meaning, of it's own. We are already on our camino, even if we ...
July 29, 2012
Rexford Bench CG
Lake Koocanusa, Mt.
I am making this post a bit earlier
than I thought I would. I didn't plan a post until after we had
returned to Glacier Park and were traveling along the eastern slope,
but Eureka City Park was such a nice surprise that I just wanted to
get it down before any more great stuff can be piled on top of it!
First we were somewhat forced to Eureka
ahead of schedule. ...