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... on all the blogs. We decided to drive to the Libby Dam and check that out. They offer tours of the dam and powerhouse. C called ahead and found out that the next one we could go to was at 2pm, so we packed up a lunch and headed out.
We got to the dam at about 1pm, and checked in. Apparently before 9-11 you could drive across the top of the dam during the daylight hours, but since then it has been closed. You cannot even bring cameras ...
... save the time that D headed us straight into a downfall J). A counted fish, and got 104 before getting back to F&C's house.
Afterwards we relaxed by the pond, and had appetizers. Later, F entertained the girls by giving them ATV wagon rides around the yard and across the creek. E’s squeals and cackling could be heard from miles away.
F made the most ...
... to Libby about the time we THOUGHT we would have been to our friends’ house; so we called again. They knew we weren’t too close, since we were able to call….afterall, they live outside of cell range. But we FINALLY made it to their place just before 3, which ironically is the time the GPS in my car estimated we’d be there. When we arrived to their property, we saw that they made a ...
This report from Coeur d'Alene comes from a few days ago when we went in search of "off-the-beaten-track" Idaho.
Much of what we've planned so far is within a stone's throw of the I-90 freeway that runs east and west through the Idaho panhandle into Washington. It's a beautiful part of the state, to be sure, but still, we are always looking to connect with the backroads area - the heart and the heritage of a place that's not ...
... 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 ...