Fish Creek Campground
After many weeks, we have SUNSHINE and BLUE SKIES! Just for a few hours. So off we all went on a little off-road drive to Kintla Lake with Lee & Trace (of Camper Cronicles). This lake is where Trace really wanted to go to get a picture of the beautiful stones that are in the lake. If you get the weather just right, it's a magical sight.
Lot's of weathered barns and cabins along the way.
Which do you like better? Black and white or color?
The tiny town of Polebridge was a nice place to stop to stretch our legs and get a little bite to eat. Steve and Trace are in love with all things Huckleberry. So of course we had some Huckleberry Bearclaws. Pretty darn good!
Our trip just kept getting better. My highlight was driving down the dirt road after getting our bearclaw pastries and hearing Trace say over the walkie talkie BEARS. Or something like that. She was so excited I could hardly tell what she was saying.
The fantastic above picture was taken by Trace (borrowed with permission). Of course it is taken with a big zoom lens. WOW! Our first grizzly bears spotted in the wild! Huge high point for me and one I won't forget. Scary and amazing all at once.
Steve took these two pictures. Exciting! He's looking back at us.
Love this one. Look at that hump!!!!
I don't know what kind of bush/shrub this was, but it was turning red and making for some spectacular color along the way.
The clouds were moving in quickly. By time we made it to the lake, it was pretty cloudy. We were determined to get our shot, so we walked around and waited for a small patch of blue to move over.
Trace, getting ready for a break in the clouds.
Here it comes.
This canoe looked handmade.
Lee, contemplating life.
We have a long ride back and the clouds are getting angry.
What a great day!
After a nice dinner, Lee & Trace brought a game over called Quirkle. It's kind of a combination of Scrabble and Dominoes. It was a lot of fun.