Whitebird Summit Lodge
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TravelPod Member ReviewsWhitebird Summit Lodge Grangeville
Privat betriebene Guest Lodge. Eine wahre Erholung! Wie häufig bei so kleinen Lodgen mit direkten Familienanschluss. Muss man mögen, ebenso wie die Versammlung der ausgestopften Tiere die vom Hausherrn erjagt worden. Mancher Zoo wäre vermutlich stolz auf diese Sammlung.
Ich persönlich versteh ja nicht warum man sowas macht, muss es aber vielleicht auch gar nicht verstehen.
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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 ...
... canyon walls to the sides, big boulders dotting the river bed, and several cascades turning that funky brown water to fluffy pristine-looking white water. The Little Salmon River met up with the Lower Fork of the Salmon River in Riggins, ID. It was here that Aili and I went door to door looking for a guiding job next summer... just kiddin! But this was a rafting mecca so it seemed as every other building housed a rafting company of some sort. Very similar to our summer residence ...
6 hours, 34 minutes, 73.11miles, 6009 CALORIES! Taking into consideration all of the rain and bad weather I encountered early on, this was the most difficult day so far. Reg and I were packed and were on the road by 7:00 AM ( a little early for me but David said to start early when it's cool). This day consisted of two 30 mile climbs, each over 2000 feet of elevation gain. ...
3 hours, 57 minutes, 52.35 miles While leaving Winchester Park I encountered another cyclist at the dumpster. It turns out that he is also going west on the Lewis & Clark route........the first and only one that I encountered so far. We had breakfast together at the only cafe in town. His name is Reg. (Reginald Yoder) and he's from ...
... Bob tried his hand at fishing and caught a small bass. Steph, Adam and I took turns at kayaking around the inlet. Tam's knowledge of the forest, history and folklore of the area made the trip entertaining. Sue provided us with a delicious dinner of chili rellenos, salad and fresh fruit dessert.
Ebony took a couple of dunks in the water - I think unintentionally, poor thing, but I'm sure it cooled her off! She was a great boat dog!