A pretty dramatic sunrise on this morning of another long fire watch day. This is looking back into the Park where you can see the mountains are hazy from smoke. You can see our latest fire news at http://nfnews.net/fires-visible-from-the-north-fork/
The NFNews team took a quick trip to Link Lake with Richard and Suzanne. We thought you would enjoy some of the photos from that visit.
Folks were eating pizza, listening to fine music, and finally got up and started dancing. A good time was had by all. Here are some photos to enjoy.
Alan and Rachel Peura sent in the following… North Forker Ed Neneman took an unexpected dunk into the river recently during a family outing on the Middle Fork. As you can see, Ed did manage to keep his hat on, despite the whitewater of the infamous Bone Crusher feature of the river. Seated next to… Read More »
Dick Leigh sent these from the Community Float that took place yesterday, Aug. 1 … On the shuttle back up got 12 people 2rafts and 4 kayaks in pickup and trailer. Great time!
After fording streams and surviving the hot sunshine, a group of North Forkers recently ascended to the top of Mount Thompson-Seton in the Flathead National Forest. It’s the second highest peak! What fun.
Here are some more wonderful North Fork riving floating photos from Dick Pfaff.
The summer continues… Sunday, July 16 – We’re under a red flag warning. Get more information here. Sunday, July 16 – Church services at Sondreson Hall at 10:30AM. Sunday, July 16 – Drs. Rachelle and Ted Losey will be presenting Emergency 1st Aid for the North Fork at Sondreson Hall at 7PM. Hosted by Rachel Peura Sunday, July… Read More »
Someone asked me the other day what was the best camera to take a close up of flowers. They were surprised when I said “Use your iPhone.” Get as close as you can Wait until there’s no breeze Be careful of the focus Take the shot and use the editor on the iPhone to crop,… Read More »