This little girl liked the huckleberry ice cream.
I've never seen this before
V12 power plant
1926 Ford truck. Dog is optional.
Too clever not to include
Today we took a drive to Ross Creek to see a grove of ancient cedars, the oldest of which are estimated to be 500 years old. We stopped en route to buy a sandwich to enjoy in the grove.
It is really difficult to capture the size of these big trees. They were not as big as the sequoias in Yosemite, but they were impressive.
My co-pilot sneaked into this photo
Devil's Club adds a colorful accent
Some river beds are really beautiful
From the cedar grove at Ross Creek we drove up to see the Kootenai Falls and a swing bridge over the Kootenai River.
This sign warns of the more than 12 deaths in the river. By this time, the bridge was looking less attractive. But I decided to walk it anyway.
There were a few loose boards, but all in all not bad.
A portion of the trail alongside the Kootenai River.
The Kootenai Falls are not dramatic, but they are very soothing to watch and hear.