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... them almost everyday. The town has lots of amazing art sculptures in front of shops and government offices. The main event in this town is Fly Fishing for Trout and every shop sells gear and hand made flies. A quiet and quaint little town.
... 6155 feet elevation - with a large sage-covered tableland surrounded by trees and dotted with wildflowers. Mild up and down roadway, with nothing very steep or long. We had dropped Gayle off 7 miles out to ride back to the lodge, and she saw a mother moose with her calf. While Lea was driving the car back to the lodge she narrowly - very narrowly! - missed hitting a deer. (Don't worry, Rachel, the car is fine!) All Dave and I saw was a ...
... to quite a height and there perched on a precipitous slope were two bighorn sheep, aptly named. did't manage to get a photo. We arrived in Ennis and decided it was a good place to spend the night so we checked in at El Western. Very nice log cabins with a separate lounge/kitchen and bedroom. Dinner was at an old fashioned diner, huge meal but couldn't resist some cherry pie. When we returned ...
... hazelnut ale at Bertrams Brewery in Salmon, ID on Friday. http://bertramsbrewery.com/
Today while driving on the road, I encountered mountain goats and deer. I had to get the breaks on fast. It happened again with deer this evening, which was good reason to find a campground and continuing driving in the morning.
It’s time for all of you smart guys and gals out there to play “What is... The Contraption!” Here’s the story. We took ...
Nice little town, got some gas station food from under heat lamp. Chris has jalapenos, I had a burrito. Sat on curb across street looking down mainstreet with snow capped mountains in background.
Check out this photo from yesterday! Bald eagles!