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... DC (with sidewalks!). Inside the powerhouse we got up close views of the turbines. They originally designed the power plant with 8 turbines, but never finished three of them. They had originally designed the plant to run as an on demand facility, but that caused the flow of the river to fluctuate too much threatening endangered trout populations downstream. Today they had three turbines running. We were able to walk inside one of ...
... if I forgot to take a photo of all of us but I did take 3 photos while walking around the land with Cal. See photos below with some additional comments.
They have been traveling for many years around the USA and knew of several spots we hope to visit. They drive an 18 yr old Ford F150 pickup and tow a 24 ft Bigfoot trailer. We heard many stories of their adventures and misadventures. At the ripe old age of ...
... with about 900 feet for the elevation gain. We made it to the tower about 3 hours after leaving the parking lot; we made lots of stops along the way to check out neat rocks, lots of flowers, and even a patch of snow. The girls had a lot of fun climbing to the top of the tower, but D was really nervous up there. At the base of the tower there is a lot of really neat shale, so the girls picked lots of pieces, and A piled them into her backpack ...
... by modern tourism.
We found such a place today in Murray, Idaho. The incredible boom for precious metals in northern Idaho started in Murray back in 1883. Gold was discovered in nearby Prichard Creek and the rush to Idaho began in earnest. The boom soon moved south where massive amounts of silver ore were found in the valleys east of Coeur d'Alene. Murray, however, continued to attract attention from miners. The town was ...
... It was stunning.
When we entered Montana, it was early evening, and as I walked back from the car a ways to get a pic of the Welcome to Montana sign, I was just basking in the immense wilderness of Montana and honestly feeling very blessed to be able to see it at that moment. On the down side, there were a lot of forest fires going on in Northwestern Montana while we were there, and we must have seen 100 planes flying overhead to ...