The Lodge at Sandpoint
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... more, we sent it the cheapest possible option too. Never mind, it's what he wanted. Once finished we came home and made some lunch before doing the cleaning that Leatha wanted us to before they got back. Once they were home we all had some drinks and enjoyed some food together. It was nice. We then watched some tv and took it easy before a big day the next ...
... last night and I had left my chair out. It was soaked, but had dried out by mid-afternoon… just in time for a blast of rain to come through carrying away several tents in the tent camping area across the street which had not been properly secured. My chair is drying again. Lacey and I drove some roads back into the woods this afternoon before the rain. We had hoped to see some ...
... we did this past spring during our northern migration up to Oregon. This helps stretch our fuel budget.
All this to say as we prepare for this circumnavigation, we figure to drive 4000 miles over a 3 week period across the northern USA then only 2000 miles during the next 4 months down the atlantic seaboard so it will even out better. In future years our fuel bills will decline as we drive less and stay longer in one place.
... secured. The Kelty was waterfront and just a short stroll away from the Beyond Hope resort where we treated ourselves to Happy Hour on the marina deck.
A peaceful sunset and colorful sunrise over the lake will be cherished memories.
... last night uses this campground annually for family reunions.
We cross into Canada tomorrow, heading for the Cranbrook, BC area, hoping to get into Wasa Lake Prov Park (25 miles north of Cranbrook). The rain has followed us from the Bend area. Although we had just a little light rain early this morning, it has started raining more steadily tonight (or, I guess it’s now early Wednesday ...