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... sidewalks. Ate at the Old Schoolhouse Brewery on a little river, and then had an uneventful drive on, except for a double detour, which turned out to be interesting. There was a fire and then flood around Twisp, with roadwork on one highway, and road washed out on the detour road. Coming east to Spokane (where we are now) looks quite like the area around Kamloops. We made good time on ...
Mike's late rising didn't come about... he was up about 8am and we breakfasted before boarding the Mercedes again and heading for a look around the lower part of the island that would encompass over 300kms of driving.
The first stop was Duncan. Jon's name is Duncan and he wanted a picture of himself alongside the town's identifying sign. He was readily accommodated:
... we had used the spare fuel the day before while in the mountains and neglected to refill it. Fortunately I'm a pro at running out of gas. We were only a few miles from a station and we have Land Rover recovery vehicles (bicycles) with us. After a short sprint to the gas station, we were on the road again. It was at the filling station that we encountered the next bit of fun news...second gear wasn't working properly. Whenever we tried to select 2nd, it ...
... tent and set it up, and then made dinner. It was a quiet evening, sitting around the campfire and resting from the long day of driving.
In the morning, we packed up and then took a short walk down to the river. We found a beautiful wood bridge. We took some pictures, soaked in the morning sun, and then headed back to the car. We were on our way to Glacier National Park in Montana.
Getting out of Spokane was harder than we had thought since there is a lot of construction taking place and streets were either blocked or One-Way. However, Anne did a sterling job of driving ahead and calling back on the radio or cellphone to provide alternative walking directions till finally we made it to US Hwy 2.
We had barely made it to the highway when Anne radioed that a driver just in front of her had collided with a moose crossing the road. The ...