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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Interstate from Salt Lake to Boise (about 360 miles). Uneventful and kind of pretty. Learning to pass trucks at 80mph with less anxiety - the bike is so stable, it's really just a question of hanging on and letting her do her thing (her name is Audrey, by the way).
Then. After 1 hr of 98 degree weather in rush hour traffic through Boise, I found Hwy 55 North through the Payette River Canyon and all aches ...
Clarkston, WA to Cascade, ID--191 miles.
Campground: Camped tonight at Buxton's Cabin, Cascade, ID
We left Clarkston Friday after a leisurely morning. As we were meeting friends at their cabin in Cascade, ID, we didn't feel the need to hurry. It was definitely going to be a warm day! To get to Cascade, we traveled through more low rolling "amber ...
... br> We went through Boise - a clean, well manicured town - and then north through lots of valleys and mountains (yes, mountains everywhere) with a 7 percent grade for miles. Glad we have good brakes. Then, the drive curved and curved and curved alongside a river with beautiful rolling rapids. A spectacular ...
... project called la querencia. The word querencia is kind of the essence of home, not just the physical house, but the place where a person finds their strength and feels accepted and at peace with everything. In Spain it is used to describe the place where a wounded bull goes to collect itself during a fight. Mine is on an old train car in the front yard of the depot. My spot it a little nook on the back. I sit on the sharp stairs, which don't hurt because ...
... we'll at least that was what it felt like. If you remember one thing from anything you read here it's sleep inside during the winter and wait until the summer to go camping. Also, bring hand warmers and stick them inside your second pair of socks. After a night of shivering and debating to go to the bathroom or not for what seemed like hours, we finally woke up the next morning around 7:30. The inside of our tent was lined with water and the outside ...