St Marie's, Idaho
St Marie's Idaho. A quick capture of a small community in Idaho. Flooding changed the landscape of this small logging community. The gray skies and Beck in the background reflect the bleak emptiness that can be felt living in small town Idaho. Enjoy!!
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Explore winters in Sun Valley & Ketchum, Idaho. Fly non-stop to Sun Valley, Idaho from 6 major cities this winter!
Idaho Bike Trip 2017
In July of 2017 Jodie and I did what is called the Bitterroot 300 bike loop. This video describes what we did, where we stayed, tips, hints, and video of many of the places. It's an hour long but if you plan on doing this trip, it might be worth it.
Trip Details for Bitterroot 300 Loop
July 09 (Sunday) – Stay in Saltese MT
Mangold Enterprises & Motel – Left our car there for the four days.
7 Frontage Rd W, Saltese, MT 59867
July 10 (Monday) – Stay in Avery, Idaho
Saltese, Montana to Avery, Idaho – Rode about 35 miles total.
Scheffy's General Store & Motel
P.O. Box 66, Avery, Idaho 83802
July 11 (Tuesday) – Stay in Saint Maries, Idaho
Avery, Idaho to Saint Maries, Idaho - Rode 50 miles flat and gravel Rode the highway most of the way. Lots of traffic last 10 miles.
Pines Motel (Shuttled us for free to Plummer Idaho on July 12)
1117 Main Street, Saint Maries, Idaho
July 12 (Wednesday) – Stay in Harrison Idaho
Saint Maries, Idaho to Harrison, Idaho (Go through Plummer) Rode about 20 miles this day.
110 N. Coeur d'Alene Ave., Harrison, ID 83833
July 13 (Thursday) – Stay in Wallace Idaho
Harrison, Idaho to Wallace, Idaho – Rode 49 miles flat and paved
410 Pine St., Wallace, ID 83873
July 14 (Friday) -
Wallace, Idaho to Saltese, Montana – Rode 30 miles (might check about riding up hill, it was a bit to much for casual bikers) Shuttle next time perhaps.
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Scenic Bike Ride - Hiawatha Trail - Milwaukee RR - Idaho/Montana, MT
Join us as we bike the 15 mile Hiawatha Trail from Montana into Idaho. It was called one of the most scenic stretches of railroad in the country. The Milwaukee Railroad is long gone allowing recreationalists to use the 2% down grade for easy biking. Riding over trestles and through tunnels is a very memorable experience. The Route of the Hiawatha is most famous for the long St. Paul Pass, or Taft Tunnel which burrows for 8771 ft. (1.66 miles) under the Bitterroot Mountains at the state line.
This sequence was shot with a GoPro Hero2 and a Canon HFS-100 camera and edited with Adobe Premier Pro 6.
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Sandpoint, Idaho under sweet Schweitzer Mountain along Lake Pend Oreille
Enjoy this video tour of Sandpoint, Idaho during the spring months. There is a bit of summer thrown in there. Sandpoint was called the Best Small Town in the West in Sunset magazine, and it is graced by Schweitzer Mountain Ski Resort and Lake Pend Oreille.
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Beautiful Alturas Lake Idaho and Highway 75
Although we found the place beautiful we found it crowded with no parking. All we wanted to do is have a picnic on the beach.
They wanted four dollars and up a day for a chance to sit at a picnic table and have your picnic. The prices are not the issue, the issue is why should you have to pay to sit down look at a lake in a park that you have already paid your taxes on to maintain it. I understand the charges for camping, that money is partly used to maintain the park. Probably 10% the rest goes to government agencies I'm sure we all know how that works.
The lake is beautiful it was only about 25 miles or so from where we camped over Galena summit west of Boulder Mountain.
We videoed going through some of the campground so you would get an idea we video the boat docks where you can put in your boat and enjoy the lake. Now I understand the day charge their also.
As I stated in the video we have purchased a pass that will get us into Yellowstone glacier national Park in many other national parks and some state parks. Nowhere on any of their signage tells us what we should do with this pass.
I think it is a great place to explore, so if you're on scenic by way of Highway 75 here in Idaho make it one of the places you want to stop and see. Maybe even Camp.
I do not get paid for any of my cameras vehicles or anything I review,
Hank is my wonderful best friend is also a Boston Terrier. He travels with me everywhere even on my motorcycle, so far we have not taken any long trips together. He gets too hot or too cold.
Vehicles I'm using in some of these videos are,
A 2009 Electra glide ultra classic. I have done some modifications to it. Some of them you can see at the following link.
A Dodge 2007 RAM 2500 series diesel pickup.
I have added many modifications to it also but as you will see in the video below I'm having a major problem with air-conditioning.
The RV we are using right now is a Montana built by Keystone is 2009, 38 foot with four slide outs. Once again we have added many modifications to the fifth wheel trailer.
This video will show you a little of the RV and also what you should do before you hit the road.
Here is a list of cameras that I use,
I use a Sampson galaxy 4, cell phone for a lot of the videos. Because it's usually close by when something happens.
I also have a GoPro Black Hero 4, that I will be using for most of the road shots.
I have updated from my 2017, Topjoy 1080P Full HD 2.0 inch LCD Screen Waterproof Sports Action Camera, as you can see in the video below this camera never was really clear.
I also use a Canon Rebel Ti1, I have used it taking a lot of still photos, and of as late these Christmas light photos and videos in this link.
Starting this year 2018 I have a new addition to my camera group, it is a Sony Handycam HDR CX675 Video camera.