Hells Canyon Jet Boat Trips & Lodging
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... this particular date, we’ll ‘Woof’ to that!
As much as Paulie was enjoying talking to Dennis about anything and everything I was super eager to check into our beagle so I finally pulled on Paulie’s ‘virtual’ lead with a *ahem* here and there until he got the hint and wound up the conversation before I started to really growl!
Just as we were ...
... I tried to get a photo of the dogs looking out at a horse that was looking in. Comical! I then rolled my window down to get at my side mirror and another horse threatened to pop its head in. We counted nineteen massive beasts taking it in turns to hinder our escape. Finally we were able to nudge the truck forward and the horses moved aside enough for us to break free. We must have been stuck for over twenty minutes. The whole incident was pretty surreal and just a little bit scary. ...
... check that out. We stopped at the Hells Canyon Visitor Center to get some info.
The lady in there was very helpful and gave us a map of where to go. We found Seven Devils Road with no problem.
The road it self is aptly named! Most of the 18+ miles were gravel/washboard. Bumpy and ...
... a place in White Bird. Idaho. Due to my top-notch navigation skills, we took a couple of very wrong turns. So wrong, in fact, that we had to turn around on a narrow road (ooops!). We had to unhook the Jeep to turn around. So, forget White Bird! While turning the RV around, another Jeeper stopped and told us "good luck" finding any open overnight spots as we head down Hwy 95. Just what we ...
... 20th century. This was a great opportunity to geek out on old mechanical computing gadgets. Have we come a long way or what? It took all those inventions and gadgets and successful products to get us to the iPhones and laptops we have today. We Facebook and email on the backs of the ingenuity and perseverance of those creative mechanical engineers.
Speaking of geeking out – the museum also had an ...