Diamond T Ranch
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I did spend another night on the road. I could not make it all those many miles in that one day, so picked another National Forest turnoff in western Montana, and settled in before dusk. My idea of a great road trip is to push myself only so hard. If I don't feel like driving so much, I'm not going to. I did feel a little pressure to hurry up and get home, but home would have been another 8 hours drive, so ... nothing ...
Sean has an old Air Force buddy, named Brad, who lives in this part of the country. Never heard of Cocolalla? Neither had we. In fact, the "town" of Cocollala is not signed nor is the street that Brad and his wife, Jenny, live on. Just so you know, it's north of Coeur d’Alene by a few miles. We stayed in their large house with their two daughters and two dogs (one belonging to the neighbour) for a couple of days. Sean and Brad mainly hung out and caught up over some ...
Well we started another Saturday with Pancakes, that's becoming our routine. We organised ourselves for another day of adventure. We were heading towards Sandpoint to have some Mexican and to try and see a moose. We packed up some necessities, some keystone light beer and some lime-a-Rita's and hit the road. The spot we were going was about half way between Sandpoint and Bonners right at the base of the mountains that make up Schweitzer. When we got there the ground ...
... our laundry caught up in preparation for our leaving tomorrow, and I trimmed the dogs’ nails. I also worked on a minor repair on the wooden gear clock that we brought to F&C.
F made a very tasty jalapeno cheese bread for appetizers, which E found "too spicy” and A found “too cheesy” – can’t win with those ...
... turbines, as well as peer into one that was actually spinning!!
The visitor's center had a webcam on a bald eagle’s nest that must have been somewhere close by. In the nest were two chicks hatched back in late April. I watched them eat and mosey around the nest for quite some time while the girls checked out all the exhibits in the visitor’s center including a display of a record trout weighing more than 33pounds!