We are heading down the road and make a pit stop, but this rest area is unusual. It has a national forest campground sign at the end of the parking lot. My hair is dirty and my number one desire is to get it clean….we brought our sun shower for backup. This may be the place!
So for the $5 camp fee (senior discount) we find ourselves dumping our tanks, refilling the water, washing clothes (by hand), taking showers and cooking dinner.
Clark Fork River
I am looking for a place to jump in the river. Not a good decision, wading in and wading out immediately! The surrounding mountains still have snow melting making it icy.
These beautiful yellow flowers are growing everywhere.
Ponderosa pines dominate the campground. This stand is 80 years old according to the trail guide.
Thank everyone for their concern over hubby’s condition…glad to report that the medicine appears to be working.
We are 150 miles away from Spokane, still in Montana. There’s a short piece of Idaho that we must get through before entering Washington. Not sure of our route after leaving the interstate in Spokane but the destination is Omak, WA, right below Osoyoos, BC.
No internet connection here….hope to post and catch up on the road this AM.