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... of a walk across the parking lot to a local pizza joint called Growler's Pizza. The pizza was pretty good, and they even had a well stocked salad bar. Tomorrow is the start of a quiet weekend, we'll be riding up to Spokane Valley tomorrow for a couple of days, with a Boat Ride in Coeur d'Alene scheduled for Sunday.
120.8 miles today
7674.4 miles total
4.412 gallons today
183.753 gallons total
... scared the bejesus out of our furry friends.
We spent quite a bit of time with Jil's brother Rob and his lovely wife Kathy..... and their little furry friend Rudy. It's good to see these folks, and Rudy, once again.
Tomorrow we pick up and head north on highway 55 to highway 95, then up the west side of the Bitterroot Range on highway 12. This is the same pass that the Lewis and Clark Expedition used to cross from what is now Montana ...
... to the Tamarack Development and as access to a couple of state parks on the west side of Lake Cascade.
A few more miles of travel through this most beautiful of valleys and we arrive in McCall. The McCall RV Resort is where we will be staying for the next few days. Jil's brother and sister in law live here. We look forward to our visit.
And yes we did stop a couple of times to stretch- it still took 4 hours to go the 100 ...
... south in Montana towards Idaho were notable for the abrupt scenery changes. The first 100 miles was spent tracking cherry and huckleberry orchards as we drove alongside the vast Flat Head lake, with summer being so short here it was an amazing display of resilience by these beautiful fruits and we had to stop by one of the many roadside carts to pick up some fresh sweet cherries for the journey.
Leaving the lush Flat Head ...
Our stay at the Bonneville Fish Hatchery has come to an end. It seems like we have just started our month here, not ended it. We would have liked to stay longer but we must visit Jil's Mom and brother before winter sets in. Our launch date is October 1st but the weather man predicts rain- once again. Our boss, Hugh, graciously offered us a chance to stay another day as the weather is to improve. We thanked him and said we would play it ear, so to speak.
Well, it ...