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Jun 26, 2018 - North Idaho Country

Our two and a half hour drive from Coeur D’Alene began with Marc driving and finished with Sara doing the last leg. Sara got the more fun stretch between Coolin and our campsite at Priest Lake State Park as she drove along the narrow winding road. With no shoulder or centerline marking it required slow going and nerves of steel! It wasn’t the easiest site to park the coach in but with a bit of jockeying we settled in to our routines of hooking up power and water, and getting items stored for travel set back out for use and comfort. Even...

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Aug 30, 2012 - Priest Lake, ID

Thu, 30 Aug: Today we relocated from the TA RV Park south of Sandpoint to Priest Lake in northern Idaho. Our kind friend, Betsy, has a summer place and invited us to stay with her. It was a short and enjoyable drive with no difficulties. Our route took us north on US 95 to Sandpoint where we moved to US 2 west to Priest River where we transitioned to ID 57 for the drive north. The roads were in excellent condition and traffic quite light. We arrived in Priest Lake shortly before noon and disconnected the car to investigate our route and...

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2012 Travels

Aug 25, 2012 - Priest Lake State Park

We decided to do a bit of exploring today. We drove about 100 miles north to visit the Priest Lake, ID area. We even saw a REAL moose. :-) Anyone who has been reading our blog for anytime knows we are always looking for moose. When I read about Priest Lake, it said they had a lot of moose in the area. Jerry happened to see one in tall grass along the side of the road. We had to stop on a main highway and take pictures, so they are not as close as I would like, but hey, we actually saw a moose, finally! :-) We saw a lot of moose in Alaska...

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Aug 12, 2006 - Hungry Horse,MT

We are at Hungry Horse Mt, it is on the West of Glacier.We went to Whitefish,Kalispell and Columbia City today.Small towns around glacier, some have ski slopes and are tourist towns. We enjoyed going to Alberta, Canada and going through the Canadian Rockies. Jerry went to golf yesterday at Glacier Country Club and had a good round. Went fishing today and caught a few small ones.I finally got my computer to upload pictures hope you can get these to come up. They are of Jerry's big ones he caught at Yellowstone.We are heading to Bonners...

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Aug 13, 2005 - Mud bog and great wilderness ride

Arrived here in Northeastern Idaho yesterday. Several rivers , Kootenia, Yaak & Moiyie meet in this area. The topography is breathtaking. The area is very isolated and we have to drive about 10 miles to obtain cell phone signal. Went to a Mud Bog in Troy Montana and had a great time. Took the long way home to the Rv via the Cabinet Mountain wilderness. The Tour guide has two hikes planned for tomorrow, one waterfall and a stand of old cedars.

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