Cedar Mountain Farm Bed and Breakfast
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... It was a training facility for the Navy in WWII apparently? Hopefully we can check this place out more tomorrow. We went for a hike to the lake, came back and cooked up some Cajun Chicken with a caper cream sauce. Dane went and purchased enough firewood for a week so, I'm building a huge fire! Tomorrow the boys get to hang at Silverwood theme park. I'm sure they'll have ...
... the huckleberry pie. “It got the better of you”, was her astute comment.
Don’t judge….that was some good pie and if you had some you might have found yourself in a food coma also.
We scored two nights of $20 campsites in the park, plus one just outside the park at a KOA. For those counting, through 13 nights that’s 11 nights camping and 2 nights in hotels. Holly says, "Way To Go Ronnie!" Ronnie ...
Route: Hermiston, OR to Athol, ID via Pasco, WA--216 miles.
Campground: Silverwood Resort, Athol, ID
Today was a day of driving.
The geography gradually changed as we traveled east. At first, there were scattered trees with grasslands; then, there were no trees at all. Instead, major areas of grain fields prevailed. Some of these were sprinkled for irrigation; some were fallow; ...
... d’Alene, a steamship line to bring ore across the lake, and another spur rail line north from Coeur d’Alene to the main rail lines in Sandpoint. These transportation links facilitated extraction of the ore and have led to the Silver Valley east of Coeur d’Alene becoming the most prolific producer of silver in the world! Both the largest mine in the world and the mine producing the most silver are located ...
... Time all at the same time.
We saw a strange area just after the Idaho border in a valley: vast, graded, with large construction vehicles moving around... it was hard to see, and we were clueless. Best guess was some kind of mine. And indeed, it was the Lucky Friday Mine expansion area.
That was the beginning of the Silver Valley. Historically, silver mines were prevalent in the area, and mining is still alive ...