After the Gravelly Range and Twin Bridges I was heading home. On the way home I had two nights reserved at the Horse Prairie Cabin.
I went up to Lemhi Pass for a visit with the plans to go for a walk. But my dog Rocket let me know that he has officially become an old dog. He wasn’t going to take a walk and thought the idea was pointless.
After Lemhi Pass the focus was on getting home, a two days drive. I took some back roads through eastern Washington and had a pleasant drive.
And then I was home. In reflection I liked staying at the forest service cabins. But what I didn’t like was having to follow a schedule with the reservations.
Tobin Kelley said:
if you get back in the Horse Prairie country earlier in the spring, the Reservoir Creek area has a nice sage grouse lek that is good for public viewing. Road can be a bit muddy in the spring but is in overall good condition
I would love to watch a lek. How do I find it? Are they in the same place each year?