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post #1 of 5 Old 06-18-2011, 08:26 PM Thread Starter
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Weekend trail ride in Beautiful North Idaho

Anyone up for a weekend trail ride and camping in GOD's country???? Planning for sometime in August but date isn't set. You can stay a day or go all weekend. Plenty of fishing, berry picking and photo opportunities. Date is not set yet so if interested please post up. hundreds of miles of trail ranging from 2400-7000 ft. in alt.


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Pics from yesterdays trip

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Hey! That little blue jeep looks familiar.
Nice meeting you. We'll have to do it again sometime.
Give me a yell when you want to try to get to the lookout again.

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post #4 of 5 Old 07-07-2011, 04:17 PM
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Im game.
That is beautiful country.
What is considered Northern Idaho? what is the common boundry considered North/South or North/Central/South?
Please Excuse my ignorance as im new here.

We were up in Stanley & over around Dagger falls area last weekend.
The fishing sucked. The rivers are running to high and fast.

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I consider north of I90 north Idaho but it extends further south. Look at out hunting regs and checkout the map section.

It was a pleasure meeting you and your daughter Steve.

We drove to Clarkfork and went up Lightning creek. We got closer to the peak but hit snow again. We say wolf tracks at both places. We ended up finding 12 Geocaches and DNF on 2

The rivers are up here. Still lots of snow to melt off. We didn't see a single huckleberry. Your welcome to come Thean. Just let me know and I will get you the info.
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