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... driver, I had a soda while Paul enjoyed their pale ale.
After lunch, we went on to Joseph, a small town of about a thousand people known the world over for the bronze foundries in the area.
Along main street are at least a dozen bronze pieces, most with a western theme.
The town renamed itself in the 1880's after Chief Joseph of the Nez Perce tribe, and there are several statues of him in town.
We walked around for a while, and found ...
Eight days and 800 km of riding done and dusted!! 8,000 metres of vertical climbing too. We've now had a rest day and among other things, done some laundry. Today we saw a bear, in the wild. He bolted when he saw us. Are you surprised? What's my overall thoughts so far? - The countryside is spectacular!! - American drivers are really courteous. - As a "team" we're getting ...
... and the necessary negotiations completed about what the day's agenda would be (where is Vince Ready when you need him) we took Jeff's car and headed for Hell's Canyon. the first of the Seven Wonders. Absolutely breathtaking - the deepest gorge in North America, with the Snake River at the bottom. There is a circular scenic byway that parallels the gorge and at the core of the byway are the Wallowa Mountains ...
I'll just start by saying today didn't go quite as expected. I made the 3 hour drive from Boise to Riggins, Idaho without a problem. Riggins is a little town at the junction of the Salmon River and Little Salmon River, in the panhandle of Idaho and near the Oregon state line. It's also situated within the slopes of the Nez Perce National Forest. The reason I planned on stopping in Riggins was to visit Nez Perce as well as Hells Canyon, a national recreation ...
... have had a cancellation for one night, and we could stay. Not only that, we got it at a discounted rate, since we wouldn’t be doing a breakfast there! And, as it turns out, the B&B owner saved us from potentially being late to our rafting trip the next day in Idaho, but that is another story for another blog.
We’re getting very lucky so far.