Silver Mountain Morning Star Lodge
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- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Tennis Court
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
TripAdvisor Reviews Silver Mountain Morning Star Lodge Kellogg
Travel Blogs from Kellogg
... dark, did I mention cold. We kept moving down the trail which was great, we encountered 8 additional tunnels of varying lengths and crossed over 7 old trestles. The trestles varied in height and length from 291' long to 850' long and height from 96' to 230'. We made to the end after 15 miles. We got on a shuttle that carried you backup close to the trail head. We had to ride back through the ...
... sixty thousand miles or and made nearly as many left hand turns as we have right hand. (Otherwise, how'd we ever get home?)
We'll be leaving in a couple week for a return journey down to Mesa, Arizona to pick up an as yet unnamed coach that suits our needs much better. Follow along with us if you like. We'd love to have you along...
... Pie Hut' but it was closed. We did find an alternative, on the kind man's recommendation, called 'Connie's'. It was standard family dining and not at all exceptional. The American-style portions were as I had hoped though and I filled my belly with a Belgian Waffle platter. When I look at that picture, I feel disgust but no remorse. The drive to this point had been pleasant, all of us (maybe not Penny...or Henry for that matter) filled ...
... 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 ...
... 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 ...