The morning of our third day we decided to take a walk through the cute little town of Sandpoint, and go to the Farmer's Market. (Holy toledo, I had the best fresh raspberry tart of my life.) Sandpoint is gorgeous. It's like a little resort town nestled next to a gorgeous lake that no one really knows about. But then there's also a really down home feel to it too. It's a very charming place, I can't wait to go back. On our walk we saw plenty of gorgeous views, funky buildings, and slightly scary dark alleys.
We decided to get breakfast at this place that overlooked the boat docking area, and let me tell you, if I could have breakfast there every morning, I might just turn into a morning person! The views mixed with the really yummy food made for a delightful experience, and lovely welcome to Sandpoint.
After breakfast we drove down Selle road. A part of the reason why Bob loves the area so much is that his ancestors helped settle the area (hence the name of the road) and his Dad grew up there. I loved how you could just drive a little way and be completely secluded in the trees with beautiful scenery all around.
When we were finished with our relaxing morning, we met up with Bob's brother Mike, and the three of us decided to head out jet skiing on Lake Pend Oreille. It could very well be one of the funnest things we did on the trip. And deserves a post of it's own.