Bridge Street Cottages
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... to the dam called Doris Point where we took a bike trail down to a beautiful and secluded tiny bay. Absolutely gorgeous! Following the bike trail through the woods was very pretty and there were deer all over. We went down to their busy boat launch and watched boats get in and out of one of the steepest launch slopes I've seen. They seemed unphased by the slope so it must be a flat Florida thing! The smoke from the Glacier fire was not to be seen where we were located to the ...
... in the nest. Later a short way down the road I saw a second pair feeding...when I slowed for a better view one of the pair left the nest still holding what appeared to be a rodent in it's talons. The bird flew noisily towards me obviously annoyed by my presence so I moved on, pleased with my opportunity to view two feeding pars of osprey. A better camera would have been nice.ff Gif dd diff d qxxxdq ...
... Columbia River and stopped at Grand Coulée Dam. I did not know what to expect to see on this drive and was so amazed at the beautiful drive through the wheat fields. Mentioned to Gavin this is how we get all the wonderful bread that he likes to eat! I think he is really enjoying all the different scenery we are getting exposed to on this trip. Some really small, small towns on our route! Tomorrow we will visit Glacier Park.....more stories to ...
... I will try to make notes and play catch up when we get back to a point where we can communicate. In the meantime, enjoy today's pictures (and hopefully videos if I can get them to upload). If I can't get the videos up, there again I will try to do so when I get better service and then will resend the same post and notify you that videos have been loaded. We drove 11 miles today. Rode 60 miles on the Red Bus. PS...Happy Birthday Larry ...
... 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 ...