Meadow Lake Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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On the Idaho/Montana boarder we went on a mountain bike trail through some old railway tunnels, called the Hiawatha Trial. It was amazing fun. You had lights as the tunnels were long and pitch black..... Oh and freezing! We saw our first snake and rode across wooden bridges suspended above deep canyons. The most confusing thing was we kept crossing the time zone so my iPhone ...
... status of Going to the Sun Road was closed at Avalanche Creek. So we proceeded to that point and took in the Trail of Cedars. By the time we finished that trek it was 1 pm and the road had opened. Traveling up the heights of Road to the Sun was breath taking! To our disappointment, though, when we reached Weeping Wall the rest of the road was close due ...
... when we're on the road, and today we went to a Fellowship Alliance Church. The pastor had a 45-minute sermon, but was a very good speaker, and the time didn't drag. Probably 70-100 folks there, and open windows, not air conditioning. It's been warm here, but it cooled off because we had a storm last night.
There are a lot of pictures with this entry. We hope you enjoy them. One suggestion: click through the pictures themselves and don't ...
... the exact scientific formula for, you guessed it, our asses being cold!
Pretty soon we had a nice shiny layer of water on us, so that was cool (get it?).
Then, things got weird.
So it seems that once you enter the clouds, the hills are covered with these little pod like things that look like something out of those body snatcher movies. Alien invasion? Possibly.
As promised we woke with a sense of adventure and today proved to be a good one. Our goal was a daring 12.2 mile hike (daring only in the sense that we had yet to do a hike this far, by no means an impossible distance) to Cracker Lake. We had been told by some park employees that it was a favorite of various people including many of the rangers. This early in the season many of the hikes are still covered in snow towards the end, and so our decision ...