The Lodge at Sandpoint
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... was good. I met up with them at the bottom and helped Justin up onto the lift and off the lift. We stopped for Lunch and that took forever. Will bailed and just went snowboarding, I should of done the same as by helping them I missed out on a few runs. I saw Will before he went up on his last run to the the top and we went in to return our rentals and get ready for the bus. Then 5 minutes before the bus arrived ...
... had another turn and then headed back for lunch. After lunch we headed over to Kevin and Ellen's to check out their house, Kevin's shop and the bear rug. We had a couple drinks and chatted before heading home to talk wi Mum and Dad on skype. After that we had dinner and I then went in and packed a bag while talking to Justin as we are heading to Schweitzer tomorrow. My tummy is already in knots. It's fun but nerve racking as well. Anyways I'm off to ...
... 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.
... and moved and used as houses by locals. Today, the only building that remains is the concrete Brig which we visited and now houses a museum.
Farragut State Park was returned to its original park conditions and now consists of campsites, bike and hiking trails, two boat launch ramps and several swimming areas.
We visited one of the swimming areas and talked to two local gals from Spirit Lake that came to ...
... YEAH! when the microwave turned on. We can plug in computers, as well as make Bob’s coffee when he needs it.
Torston is traveling well. He was quite disappointed that we hadn’t found a campground with a lake tonight. He settled for watching one of his movies while I did a load of laundry. He seemed quite worried that we might run out of clean clothes. He's used to his parents ...