Laughing Water Ranch
Travel Blogs from Fortine
... 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 ...
... many of
the campgrounds that the road bikers and I were using. We were both
impressed with the number of places that we had been and
the way our paths had crossed. He accepted our invitation to a
breakfast of pancakes with fresh Huckleberries on Saturday
morning. Kyle planed to move on to another campground and we said our
good-byes around noon and he was off. Before he left we exchanged
blog sights and addresses.
He told us that ...
... in there we understood why!
After a restful night sleep, yummy breakfast and a workout in the gym we checked in with Rita to see how things were going…. UPS had been there and all the parts where received except for the tires which should be there soon. We were on schedule, she thought about noon we should be on the road…. That was wishful thinking. After a few needed errands we checked back around 1:30 when we hadn’t heard from ...
... 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 ...
... almost 440”. We noticed a sign about a bridge that was in our future being only tall enough for a rig 13’, 3” so just to be sure we re-measured…11’5”. Phew. Jake and I decided that we could easily live in MT as we drove up Hwy 56, which is a wide valley through which a river flows and is bordered by tall mountains and topped with a big sky. Jake reminded me that the MT trip was how this all started. We were going to take 2 ...
How has this ranch rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking