Monday, August 1, 2011

Ross Creek Cedars

While camping in the National Forest of Western Montana and now Eastern Washington, we've had no Verizon signal for several days. We are now back to civilization in Kettle Falls, camped along side Lake Roosevelt. Before leaving Montana we enjoyed what is now one of our most favorite trails. Located between Troy and Heron, Montana is a 500 year old forest of Western Red Cedars. From the first moment we started the 1 mile loop trail, we felt like we were in a fairy tale land. The trees are so enormous its hard to believe they are real. Even the dead trees lying on the ground and in the creek are fascinating. Bad Medicine campground on Bull Lake, is right near here, though it's a bit tight for a big rig.

1 comment:

  1. With our oppressive heat & humidity right now your header picture looks very cooling:))