Mountain View Inn
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We had coffee with our hotel proprietors and relaxed. They were great to talk with. 30 years ago Mike was working as a cowboy and was injured when his horse was knocked over by some cattle. After three weeks in a coma, Mike woke up but has some adverse results but has not lost his sense of humor. They also own and operate the "Malt Shop" where we ate last ...
We crossed the boarder into Canada at a little boarder crossing in Idaho. We saw a sign for a local brewery so we stopped in and tasted the local Canadian beer called "Kokanee". It seemed similar to the US Keystone, but instead of "Keith Stone" they had a much more bad ass mascot, the Sasquatch. Supposedly the local ...
... black pantyhose. Stunning. Our coffee would have to be the worst we've had the misfortune to endure and before we'd choked down more than half a cup Carol swooped in refilled both of them. Even at the princely sum of $2 for both, it was more than they were worth. A couple of wild turkeys scratched in the grass verge between Clark Fork and East Hope. Bit skinny. Not much of a feed. Lake Pend Oreille is ...
... of the wines and then we help set up the area for the party, and I lay claim to the fire barrel. The weather is getting fussy and its decided there should be a tarp across the one side to block the wind, so the guys get that happening and then it seems everything is ready so there is time for a few warm up appies at the guest house as well as some tequila shots, how appropriate, and then I am conscripted ...
... that the city is experiencing tremendous growth. We backtracked along the same highway we’d arrived on until the city of Hope, BC, where we turned onto Hwy#3. Apparently, this is the original route that went through the Rockies; it’s called the Crowsnest Highway. We stopped at the heritage site of the Hope Landslide of 1965, where 4 people lost their lives when tonnes of rock, mud and snow crashed down the mountainside and over the ...
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