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Reasonable Room, Pool was very cold. But it was all fine for an overnight!
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They say when life hands you lemons, you should make lemonade. That's exactly what happened to us today. We had all these great plans today to go whitewater rafting, but when Jody woke up she didn't feel very well, so instead of whitewater rafting we ended up at Urgent Care. A new prescription at Walgreen's, and Jody is feeling much better, but …
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... way through flat desert, even through windy Boise.
Tony and I arrived in McCall, ID by 5 pm and were exhausted. Shore Lodge is so beautiful that Tony and I wished we could have stay another night or two. As I stated in my review above it WAS a piece of heaven and we both felt renew by the end of our stay.
... through Baker City, another major stop on the Oregon Trail. We travel through a series of hills and passes, then drop down to another infamous location on the Trail- Farewell Bend. We know that our exit is just ahead.
We turn off on to Highway 201 which parallels the beautiful Snake River for several miles. We drive through rolling hills planted with corn that is drying on the stalks then take old Highway 95 north. Crossing the Snake takes us into Idaho and to ...