June 26th, 2017


This morning we left the Kootenai River Campground near Troy, Montana to head out to do a little exploring. We headed west on US Highway two and then turned north on Montana 508. This was a somewhat hilly and curvy road that led us to Yaak, Montana. Almost every mile goes a long way Yaak river. Before reaching Yaak we pass the Yaak Riverfalls. With the snow melt the river was running very well. The image and video below should give you a good idea of what it was like.

Hopefully you will be able to view and enjoyed the video of the falls below.

After passing through the town of Yaak we continued on toward Rexford, Montana. While I had thought that the road coming this far was crooked and hilly it was nothing compared to what we experienced the rest of the way to the Koocanusa lake. Fortunately there was a nice pull off near the bridge across the Koocanusa where we stopped for a late lunch. Below is a photograph of the bridge and the Koocanusa Lake. The lake is many miles long and even stretches into Canada.

We have now returned to Kalispell hoping that the cable the Roadtrek dealer here in town needs to reprogram our VoltStart will have arrived in time for our appointment on Wednesday.

We hope you are enjoying our blog and invite your comments.

Larry

Larry or Marilyn Daniel
2016 210 Popular Roadtrek
Sent from my Gold iPad Air 2
http://www.OzarksPhotos.com
http://OzarksPhotosTravels.com for our blog about our tr

Larry or Marilyn Daniel
2016 210 Popular Roadtrek
Sent from my Gold iPad Air 2
http://www.OzarksPhotos.com
http://OzarksPhotosTravels.com for our blog about our travels

About ozarksphotos

Traveling photographer of scenic, wildlife, birds, wild flowers and other things that interest me.
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2 Responses to June 26th, 2017

  1. Carol says:

    Beautiful country made by the Master!!!! Photographed by a very good camera man. Thanks for sharing!😊

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