RiverStone Family Lodge
Travel Blogs from Eureka
... and experiences. There will be adult language so if you are letting kids read them you have need warned.
I’m not really sure how this got started, perhaps I saw a few adventure motorcyclists running through Tahoe and wanted to get back on the road. I happened to mention in passing my thought of riding up to Alaska to my good friend Lee Kulchawick. We discussed it briefly. The next thing I know, Lee is calling me about some KLR’s ...
... 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 ...
Drove up 93 from GNP after driving a dirt road for 20 miles. Not a good choice. Entered British Columbia and had our weapons confiscated (pepper spray) . You re allowed bear spray but not the flavor we had. Stoppedat Kikomun PPk and took ...
We ate breakfast at a local diner yesterday according to our law of eating where the locals go, hence last night's Pizza Hut dinner. Like our dinner, our breakfast was calorie filled, your proteins, your starches, your sugars, enough to feed a family. Surprisingly, the meal carried me through the first 60 miles of the day along Lake Koocanusa. Koocanusa is similar to Tahoe in foliage and water hue, ...
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. ...