Monday, July 10, 2017

Back from Idaho and Montana

Been gone for a couple of weeks, out west. Mostly in Idaho and Montana.
So many log cabins out that way I couldn't stop at all the ones I wanted to.
So I had to make do with ones we were close to.

This was our view one night at bed time.

These first two are in Glacier National Park, at Lake Macdonald Lodge and are available to rent.

Beautiful lake right outside the front door.

 These next few are of an old log building that was moved and turned into a community hall for this remote part of Montana.

 Sonderson Community Hall.
Sonderson's are the ones who donated the cabin to the project.

 These next few are cabins near Polebridge Montana.

Log barn.
 The back section has the bigger, and probably, the older logs of the two cribs.
 This use to be the home for the local Polebridge Mercantile, shown next.
The cabin is now a saloon, and the mercantile is now a bakery/shop/gift shop.

Great beer and great pizza out in the middle of no where. Open only in the summer months.
 An old barn in the same area.
 A log house in the same field.

Great trip, and will go back again and bring in more pictures of cabins.

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