Holiday Inn Express Lewiston
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Comfortable, clean rooms, indoor pool, gym, and laundry facilities.
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We started our drive to Idaho and made several stops to photograph old barns and cars. We stopped at the famous Dahmen barn with the wheel fence. It has three floors of art and crafts from artisans in the area. Of course we contributed to the artists. The terrain changed. We went down into a valley near Granite Lake. We stopped at Granite Lake Park …
... to stop by a river or creek, hike a little or a lot, read historical markers, and view points of interest which will tempt you to stop, if only for a moment or two to take a picture.
At Lolo Summit we entered Idaho and crossed back into our home time zone. We stopped at the visitor's centre there and watched the yellow-bellied marmots scurry around and noticed there is still some snow hidden in spots beneath trees. Downhill from there ...
... of me, so I bailed after nearly 30 minutes of climbing up the mountain). Nonetheless, I got the gist of it.
There’s a cute town (town = a country store/post office combo and a school house) called Tendoy where the main road meets the country road to Lemhi Pass. I went in and bought some stamps and Gatorade and chatted up Liv, the very cute older woman who has run the store for ages. ...
... drive (about 8 miles) to Pullman. Just outside of Moscow, heading towards Pullman, we passed into Washington, our last border crossing for the trip (we counted up 28 states that we visited, plus Mexico and Canada).
Our first stop in Pullman was Ferdinand's Creamery (Ice Cream Shoppe) on the Washington State University Campus. This is where they make the famous "Cougar Gold" cheese (and other variants). They have an "observation deck" where you can look ...
... of my most-favorite places, the Lochsa River. We did a whitewater float there two years running with our friends David and Sus'. We still have great memories of being "popped" out of the raft and waiting to be hauled back in. Nothing more thrilling than "riding the tubes" through Class IV rapids! The water should be down a bit from back then, but will be thrilling to see again. We hope to spend the night at Wilderness Gateway Campground. It's one of ...