Lakeside Motel & Resort
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... it, the dread was over and I had done it, with the help of my mimosa, of course. People actually said I did ok, so phew! There was the fast pulse, the sweating, the red face, the whole bit, but I knew I had no choice. Weird, to think of this later: I drove thousands of miles and camped ten days for the purpose of showing up at my daughter's graduation and making that short speech!
I hadn't seen Cheryl in ...
... 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 ...
... it all down. We should weigh her pack – there is probably 10-15 pounds of rock in there. We zoomed down, making the descent in 1 hour and 12 minutes. Downhill is certainly easier!!
Back at the house, D&C worked on making a nice fajita dinner, while F kept the adults stocked with margaritas, and the kids got “mock-aritas” (Lemonade!). After the five miles of hiking, there was no need to talk anyone into an early ...
... sunk a mine shaft about 30 feet straight down in his bedroom. The former owner had been convinced by the foremen of the local dredging operation that his home was literally "sitting on a gold mine". Apparently there was truth in the claim, and the homeowner did, in fact, make a significant find of gold beneath his bedroom.
From the Bedroom Gold Mine Bar, we walked down the street towards the Spragpole Steak and Rib House, passing ...
... 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 ...