Silver Mountain Morning Star Lodge
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- Shuttle bus service
- Tennis Court
- Airport Transportation
- Microwave in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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... 15 miles long, with ten tunnels and seven trestles along the way, and, thank heavens, a slight downhill grade. Helmets, head & bike lights X2 and warm clothes are required, as it is cold, dark and muddy in the tunnels (and I mean dark!). As soon as we left the East Portal we pedalled through a very long, 1.66 mile, dark, dark tunnel, where I ...
We are back in Montana now, staying at Slowway USFS campground, located between I-90 and the BNSF railroad tracks. There's a train every hour or so which checks it's horn five times at the nearby crossing. It's a pre-requisite for a campground, I reckon.
We started this trip on the eleventh of last month. We've seen a lot of country ...
We left Orofino and traveled to Elm City. This over winding roads climbing higher and higher. The scenery was lush forests of red cedar, pine and fir trees with rivers, lakes and a reservoir. It took over two hours to reach Elm City. It is a small town for hunters, fisherman and ATV riders. Winters in the area are tough as there is tons of snow. Not too many people live here in the winter. It once was a large town for the ...
Scott and I were up early today – out the door headed east before 7 – bound for a section of the Trail of the Coeur d'Alenes near Cataldo, Idaho. We’d heard this 5-mile section was a particularly scenic stretch of this 70+ mile trail, and the report turned out to be true. It didn’t hurt that the day dawned bright and sunny, with a crystal clear blue sky overhead.
The two branches of the Coeur d’Alene River merge just ...
... extent of the work has declined and the number of jobs has dropped significantly. Jobs available are high-paying (Willie told us that kids coming out of high school are paid $70,000 a year in this high-risk field), but there just aren’t enough of them. Funding for the work is sketchy, and ultra-sensitive to market prices of precious metals. Miners, therefore, tend to be like migrant workers following the work from place ...