Travel Blogs from Libby
... giant watchers of history.
In some cases they can coexist and together make themselves stronger.
My next stop will be Hoodoo Canyon in the Coville National Forest.
Wish you all could come hiking with me!
Not so much geographically, today was actually a pretty mild day in terms of hills, but hill country is more than geography. It's a mentality. Two examples from today.
A) Rob and I walked into a roadside diner just before it opened for lunch around noon. Two gentlemen sitting at the bar, one behind the bar. While the place was completely dark, these three were chatting as if it were last call, and warmly invited us in. They had no food yet, thus no reason ...
... an eye and also he was tore open to his skull! This dog is a crazy survivor. Along with that they had their cat with them that would go on hikes with them off a leash and stay close. So crazy.
I then set up camp and walked down to the boat launch to check out the scenery. Shima and I met a guy and his two kids coming in from a day fishing and pulling in some Northern Pike. He gave me some pointers on the lake etc and also ...
... point I had been in the saddle for nearly 7 hours and still had 15 miles to go to Libby. It was 1pm back in Sandpoint but 2pm in Montana, because I had passed over the time zone. It is a strange feeling crossing a time zone on land. I am sure that many of you, as I, rarely if ever cross a time zone other than in a plane and that feels strangely normal, but crossing it on land feels entirely strange given that a house 1m back is an hour ...
... drops down a couple of flights of rocks in a violent bubbling torrent. As I was gazing at it I said to Steve that it reminded me of a movie that I had seen a few years ago with Meryl Streep in it about a white water rafting trip that went horribly wrong. I think it was called "River Wild". Steve said that was funny because he had just seen an article about ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCaboose Motel Libby
Nice, clean room with microwave, minifridge, and TV
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