Best Western Rivertree Inn
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- Outdoor pool
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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July 31, 2015
Before going through Lewiston/Clarkston I took Route 95 north a few miles to reach an overlook of the Snake and Clearwater confluence and valleys that surround each.
Traveling Route 12 going west was a repeat of my eastbound route after Clarkston WA. I stopped early to stay at the Chief Timothy CoE campground which is on an island in the Snake River just west ...
... day in Clarkston and found a nice
bike/walking trail along both sides of the Snake River and a brewery only 1 block
from the camping site.
From Clark's log 5/5/1806 (they stopped near where I'm parked)
"I gave an Indian man some Volitile liniment to rub his knee and thye for a pain of which he complained, the fellow soon after recovered and have never seased to extol the virtue of our medicines. near the enterance of ...
... as I looked out at the hills above Greenwood and along our route that the geology had changed. What we had been seeing as solid, smooth granite had changed to very fractured rock that looked like pieces could or would be dropping away at any time.
We went through Grand Forks, a nice little town with fairly large lots and modest homes along the main ...
Well we decided to leave the peaceful and beautiful park this morning. No cell service was ok for a short time but GASP!!! we lost the internet for most of yesterday so we decided to move on. It will be a nice to stop overnight in the future.
We got everthing ready to depart and were bringing in the bedroom slider and did not notice Tyr had gone back there. We heard him cry out from the rear and David ran back as I brought the slider back. Fortunately he was fine but it did scare ...
... gorgeous! It is full of tree lined streets and plenty of green grass - who knew?! We checked in at the Visitor's Center for a map. I asked the student working there about the lack of hotels in Pullman. She said most people stay in Moscow and Colfax. I did find out traveling here by RV is best. In addition to a dry camping area on campus, there are at least 10 RV parks in the area ...