Silver Mountain Morning Star Lodge
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- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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Travel Blogs from Kellogg
... people, both relatives and plain ol' people. We've stayed in a lot of campgrounds costing from five dollars (here) to nearly forty-five dollars. Lynn caught some fish and I rode the bicycle a few miles.
We hiked some and just looked a LOT. It's amazing how many things we've seen since we began our road trips in December of 2010! ...
... We saw lots of logging areas as we travelled. We drove on to a hiking trail to a huge waterfall. It was so big that you can only view it in sections: upper, middle and lower. After our hike we returned to town and had burgers in a local restaurant. It had just re-opened 4 days ago. We had good burgers and left for a drive to Wallace, our next destination. The roads improved after an hour and we made it to Wallace at 6 ...
... to meet Scott, enjoying serene scenes of Idaho splendor.
We agreed that this stretch of trail is even more lovely than the one we did a few days ago south of here, and mapped out our strategy for logistics with multiple buses we’ll be bringing here during Reunion.
From the Enaville Trailhead, we returned west to Old Mission State Park. An impressive visitor center here houses an orientation film and excellent museum detailing ...
... sunk a mine shaft about 30 feet straight down in his bedroom. The former owner had been convinced by the foremen of the local dredging operation that his home was literally "sitting on a gold mine". Apparently there was truth in the claim, and the homeowner did, in fact, make a significant find of gold beneath his bedroom.
From the Bedroom Gold Mine Bar, we walked down the street towards the Spragpole Steak and Rib House, passing ...
... 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 ...