Dog Bark Park Inn

Address: 2421 Business Loop 95, Cottonwood, Idaho, 83522, United States | B&B
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This B&B is located on 2421 Business Loop 95, Cottonwood.
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    A quiet time

    A travel blog entry by rhettb on Jul 28, 2015

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    ... Primitive area abuting the Selway-Bitteroot Wilderness with only 7 sites and no internet, cell coverage, AM radio or FM radio reception. Nice and quiet and not even any water service, just right next to the river and about a mile from the highway so the only sounds are the birds, water rolling over the rocks, and Seaman barking at the chipmunks.


    Sleeping in a GIANT dog!

    A travel blog entry by paul_and_ness on Jul 13, 2015

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    After one final car v's hillbilly dogs on the dusty trail leaving Jim’s cabin, we were back on the 'civilised’ road for a day’s driving to enter our 9th State, Idaho.

    We were sad to be leaving Montana with its authentic ranches dotted along the roadsides and genuine cowboy towns and felt we had fitted in quite well over the past few weeks ...

    Fishing trip

    A travel blog entry by rhettb on Jun 06, 2015

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    ... had for crossing the mountains which were always lean with
    game. The salmon had not arrived in the
    Clearwater yet but the Nez Perce said there were fish in the Snake River about
    135 miles east of their camp. Lewis
    sent Sgt. Ordway with 3 men and a couple of Indian guides to get some

    I decided to take a side trip and follow the general route
    the Ordway took between the two rivers.
    I had read about a ...

    Can't Say No to Fun!

    A travel blog entry by powerstroke on Sep 15, 2014

    ... drive this crazy corner in peaceful bliss... We made it through and they dropped us off in Cambridge where we took a bike path short cut to Council along the Weiser River.

    As it turns out, this path was gravel, which we thought we could handle and ended up having a cattle control gate about every mile. We later find out that some of the gravel spots are very loose and rocky and we have to walk through them or else fall on our tuckuses AND cattle control gates also mean ...

    Clarkson to Dayton, Day 10

    A travel blog entry by tahoepiano on Jul 01, 2014

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    ... was hard but tolerable. About a mile down from the summit I was doing 40 miles per hour and David pulls up next to me on this BEAUTIFUL Yamaha motorcycle. We agree to meet in Pomeroy and have lunch. The three of us had a really nice time relating bike-touring war stories, bike equipment and whether Lady Ga Ga is really a man ( I made that last part up!). After we ...