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... town, river boats drifting down the Kootenai River, flowers, deer, birds, gorgeous views....and more.
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Be sure to watch the video of the falls.
Enjoy the show!
Steve and ...
... must be working for you!”
did it, but something sure chilled the air between us! After all, his
was the biggest, newest rig in the park by far! Most of the good
folks were quite modestly camping in tents or older pull-behinds.
Heck, how was I to know he was their Preacher!?! It must have been
hard for him to reach out to me after our first and only meeting!
With Logan SP behind us we turned west
back, to Libby and ...
... met a nice woman and her baby son. They were locals and there with her husband doing some fishing. Very nice lady and told me her husband would help me with my fishing questions for this lake. They also had a 18 year old dog.....and it wasnt a small dog. I have never seen a dog that old that is that big. Also they said about 2 years before that he was attacked by a mountain lion in their driveway!. They had to nurse his open wounds. ...
... to Westerly, perfect as I was going South and then heading East!
Recharged I set off again and struggled on up hill till I turned East. The next 20 or so miles were rolling hills gently up to a plain with a lovely lake on it, I am slightly frustrated that from this point on my focus was so great on finishing that my photography went to sleep! The respite of the lakes flatness was followed by a 15m gentle decline to to my T Jct. ...
We departed Banff National Park and drove to the border crossing at Roosville, near Eureka, Mt. The entry back into the US was hassle free and we continued on to Libby MT where we had dinner at a restaurant and then pulled into a RV park in town. The park was ok and the rate was not bad. We decided to continue on the next morning to Bonners Ferry ID.