Travel through northern Spokane, Coeur d'Alene, across the Bitterroot Range and the Lolo Mountains was scenic and enjoyable. We did wake up Friday morning to find a wet spot on the curb side of the coach under the half bath. Facing the long weekend we feared the worst. Seeing a large RV dealership along I-90 we stopped to have the leak checked and were relieved to learn it was just the fresh water overflow leaking because we had a full tank and were parked on a bit of a slope.
|The Columbia River|
|This military plane flew very close overhead as we were driving down the highway.|
That's bugs on the windshield.
|Late afternoon at our campsite.|
|Looking up the Clark Fork River|
We never saw any bears while we were at River Edge and we loved being here with one exception: no campsite internet service. The restaurant had really good wi-fi though so I spent some time there with the computer. The restaurant also had wonderfully delicious food.
The weather was great. Sunny warm days, cool nights. No rain.
|Early morning train|
Next stop, Little Bighorn battleground. Hope to see you there.