Diamond T Ranch

5361 River Rd., Clark Fork, Idaho, 83811, United States | Ranch
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This ranch is located on 5361 River Rd., Clark Fork.
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    Travel Blogs from Clark Fork

    Day 33: even MORE canoeing!!

    A travel blog entry by not.far.now on Jul 21, 2014

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    ... point, D and I paddled ahead so we could get her back to the car. I got drenched in the cool river water as we pulled the canoe out of the water. Good thing I was wearing quick dry clothes!

    A went on another ATV (aka,"bumpy wagon”) ride with F out to get the mail, since their mailbox is out at the main road. E was down for a MUCH NEEDED nap. D worked ...

    Day 32: the Dam Tour

    A travel blog entry by not.far.now on Jul 20, 2014

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    ... DC (with sidewalks!). Inside the powerhouse we got up close views of the turbines. They originally designed the power plant with 8 turbines, but never finished three of them. They had originally designed the plant to run as an on demand facility, but that caused the flow of the river to fluctuate too much threatening endangered trout populations downstream. Today they had three turbines running. We were able to walk inside one of ...

    Day 30: Lookout Tower hike

    A travel blog entry by not.far.now on Jul 18, 2014

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    ... with about 900 feet for the elevation gain. We made it to the tower about 3 hours after leaving the parking lot; we made lots of stops along the way to check out neat rocks, lots of flowers, and even a patch of snow. The girls had a lot of fun climbing to the top of the tower, but D was really nervous up there. At the base of the tower there is a lot of really neat shale, so the girls picked lots of pieces, and A piled them into her backpack ...

    Another stateline, into lawless Montana

    A travel blog entry by glenn.porter on Jul 08, 2013

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    ... look forward to many an eventful mile it's foreign and great expanse. Today we (myself and Rob) left Idaho. The day's trip was along the edge of lake Pend Orielle, a beautiful and clear mountain lake. The surrounding areas such as Sandpoint have been developed into a large community, complete with its own Wal-Mart. I'm told that it is an area rife with retired police officers, as well as retired persons of all professions. I saw nothing of the sort out of the ordinary, other than ...

    Beauty and Misfortune in Montana

    A travel blog entry by chadhanson on Sep 09, 2012

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    ... either drown, or fall off of a cliff. Great. Thompson Falls didn't have much else to offer, except for a cool old jailhouse (now a museum) with four cells upstairs and sheriff's living quarters underneath. Unfortunately, it was closed on weekdays, so we only got a pic of the outside.

    We had lunch at a place called Minnie's Cafe, where I got a picture with some stuffed bears that seemed sort of depressed. Minnie's also sell lures, bait ...