Kayaking Sand Creek and Dover and Festival at Sandpoint

I drove up to Springy Point on Thursday, since I didn’t have a spot reserved and was nervous about not getting one for the Railroad Earth concert on Saturday. So since I had a couple days to do whatever I wanted up there, I kayaked Sand Creek and Dover. The night of the concert, I biked to Sandpoint from Springy Point, which wasn’t very pleasant until I got to the bridge. It’s a narrow road with occasional cars passing by, and while the drivers give you plenty of space when they can, it’s still a narrow road.

Beach at Springy Point Campground
Beach at Springy Point
Springy Point Campground – the loop on the left
Kayaking Sand Creek
Awesome pirate ship
Marina from Spuds
Spuds Restaurant
Festival at Sandpoint – this gate/barrier along with people’s chairs made it really hard to see the band.
Kayaking around Dover
More Dover from the water
Lake Pend Oreille lakeshore

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