Laughing Water Ranch
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Today we jumped in the truck for a day trip to Kintla Lake which is Glacier's most remote front country. It is located in the upper most northwest section of the park known as the North Fork, approximately 40 miles (2 1/2 hours or more) from the west entrance and the Canadian border, which is closed as a border crossing.
The drive is very slow and very bumpy on dirt and stone roads, it was pleasant scenery (but like being on a small boat in a storm). Part of ...
... us for the next three weeks of discovering Alaska.
We climb up King Summit on route 89 around 7,200 feet to snow sticking to the unplowed surfaces of the road. It has been raining for the last couple of hours. I’m thinking that I only have one layer left to put on my legs then I have used all the warm and dry clothes I brought! And it is only the first day. A few more hours in the rain, then the sun comes out and it warms up. We have been ...
won't bother you with all the details but you should read this for
your selves. He is funny and his trip read like an odyssey!
You can imaging how surprised we were
to find him again at our door just before ten p.m.! The other
campground was full so he spent the day and evening with the crew of
a local restaurant in Eureka and checked into the CG for another
night. We talked over a cup of tea before he ...
... we were able to grab a few pictures. What a treat! As we headed north we came across a number of antelope. They are such graceful animals and they just continued grazing as we slowed to admire them. The drive through Montana was breathtaking. Seeing all this beauty makes you stop and thank God for giving us such a beautiful world. We really enjoyed driving by the mountain lakes. Trying to capture them with a camera was another story. There was ...
... we rarely need to let people around us.
Lunch of ham sandwiches and chips was in Sandpoint, ID by the Pend Oreille Lake, which is huge and neither one of us had ever heard of. I got turned around on the map so we burned a gallon of gas retracing our steps, but that allowed us to go through East Hope minutes later just in time to be cut off by a gray haired guy on a bicycle crossing 3 traffic lanes just as Jake was saying “East Hope, population ...