Laughing Water Ranch
Travel Blogs from Fortine
... 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 ...
... 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 ...
... were not nearly as ideal, and the presence of mosquitoes (and flies near the end-of-trail campground) didn’t make things any more pleasant. As storm clouds conveniently formed during the climbing phase of our return trip, the temperature dropped substantially. The rain that followed was welcome, and the hail that followed was interesting. We hung around a large tree just in case the hail became larger than the pea-size that it was. It never ...
How has this ranch rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking