Bay Point on the Lake
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- Hot tub
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Microwave in room
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... at about 4:30pm for a rest at a gas station at the junction of US route 200 and 83. Had begun to fill the fatigue setting in and I needed the break. Had an M&M's cookie ice-cream. Don't find this back home. It's basically M&M's cookies with vanilla ice-cream sandwiched in the middle. Rested for 30 minutes and then continued on. The landscape began to change. We passed by a few lakes, such as Salmon Lake (which had an island in the middle of the ...
... homemade tortilla chips and corn salsa. After being out in the woods for a couple days, it was nice to come back into civilization for a bit and also to get in contact with some of my favorite people in the world (my family). After making some phone calls, I headed to the local library to get out of the heat and update this doodad. Now I am enjoying one more microbrew before I head back into the mountains. I am going to try and find some ...
... examples of some or all of the above. We had a wonderful trip to Logan Pass...it was indeed AWE...mazing to see and experience. I took lots of pictures and John took some videos also. I will let them speak for the trip itself. We got back to the Apgar Transportation Center around 2:00, after which we got back in Mufasa and drove a mile back down the road into West Glacier where we had a light meal at Glacier Highland Restaurant. Very ...
... fat and playful squirrels, and several mountain goats, all of which you can see in the photos. The goats were acclimated to people. In fact I had a conversation with two of them. I asked Nanny if she and Kid would jump up on this small ledge so I could photograph them. They were quick to oblige me and I caught Kid in the act of jumping. Then I asked if they ...
Well my goal has been reached and in reaching it I realize that the goal was not one of milage, speed or time, but one of exploration of my boundaries. We all live within sets of routines that define our daily lives. After awhile we become so accustom to them that we don't even realize that we have set these boundaries around ourselves. We are lucky because here in the U.S. we have freedom to step outside ...