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... yet looks about as normal as Bonners Ferry. Tire shops, traffic, road construction, gas stations, coffee shops. In fact, aesthetically it's much nicer than Bonners Ferry. 3000 people, I think it was, about the same size as our podunk town.
Today, if all goes according to plan, I'll get home. I was telling people I'd be gone for a week, when it turned out to be ten days. I didn't do any of my gardening because I couldn't be there to tend it. ...
... and toward the rest of the mountain road, even if the map does show it as gravel.
Anyway, I travelled a mile and found a gate across the road. Decision made for me. Beyond the gate, I could see that the road continued on an uphill climb - who knows how high. I ought to be glad that there was a gate across the road, because I would have gone and gone, up and up, probably until I got stuck or stranded or worse! The closed road forced me to go back to Lander and on southwest ...
... Salmon River Scenic Byway which coursed along the meandering river for the next 60 miles. Coming into the town of Salmon we started to look for a place to camp for the night. We pulled into Heald's Haven RV Park which was the most idyllic and serene camps we have stayed in yet. It is a small campground with only 12 sites nestled in a beautiful mountain valley on the banks of the Salmon river. There was only one other RV here. The grounds are completely covered in grass. ...
Day 10 Summary
Provo UT to Salmon Idaho "Roadworthy Steed goes to Horse Whisperer Country"
miles driven 460 cumulative 3880
weather- mostly high 90s until the last few hours of the day
The first priority of the day was to find a dealer with my tire type & size in stock. I was at the service door of Monarch Honda 15 minutes before they opened. The service team was very sympathetic and ...
... Bailey Bar Camp and came to our next rapid class II Allison Ranch Rapid. Allison was a pretty straightforward rapid, you just needed to avoid the giant hole on river left near the bottom of the rapid. We passed Allison Ranch and came to our next rapid class II Sapp Creek Rapid, it was another easy rapid with no problems.
Next we came to class III Five Mile Rapid. This is a longer rapid as the name suggests. although its not quite ...