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... in town. A man walked in with a family of four and massive revolver on his belt. He was note remotely trying to hide the gun, quite the opposite it more of a fashion statement for him. He and his family quietly sat down and ate.
Now in the first story, the men were genuinely interested in us and our travels. They offered us refreshments and a cool place to rest. He doesn't like gays, that's the way he was brought up, says nothing about him as a person, ...
... look forward to many an eventful mile it's foreign and great expanse. Today we (myself and Rob) left Idaho. The day's trip was along the edge of lake Pend Orielle, a beautiful and clear mountain lake. The surrounding areas such as Sandpoint have been developed into a large community, complete with its own Wal-Mart. I'm told that it is an area rife with retired police officers, as well as retired persons of all professions. I saw nothing of the sort out of the ordinary, other than ...
ok so i left whiteifish...the touristy ski town and headed northwest a bit towards the canadian border. i was looking for another great place to set up camp. although this way i did not see any big lakes etc where i could go. all i saw was national forest on the map. i drove along and found a few forest access roads and couldnt decide where to go because i couldnt see what it was like from the road. eventually i picked a spot called ...
Second day we drive until dark because we played along the beautiful Priest River/Priest Lake drive. Ike has me start a "wildlife journal" so writing down all the animals we see. He swears he saw a moose grazing along side the road--I didn't witness it but I did see some metal "moose sculptures" in someone's yard! Our little motorhome made it almost 400 miles before we had ...
... northeast and running through Glacier NP again, this time from the west to the east, or continue on my westward journey and run through Libby, Bonners Ferry, and down into Coeur D'Alene, ID. This option would put me way a head of schedule, which isn't all that bad, but I would eventually need to make use of this extra time somewhere down the road.
I decided to head back to Glacier and to a west-to-east run, since I didn't really get ...