Holiday Inn Express Lewiston
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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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 …
The weather is warm and sunny here in Lewiston. We'll see what we get when we arrive in Montana.
We got on the road by 9:30 am and stopped by Starbucks on the way out of town. ETA is 4:45 pm a according to the Garmin. We are taking the route through Worley, ID, up through Bonners Ferry then headed east across the Montana border, down through Kalispell, MT. Traffic was fairly busy with log ...
... through photographs.
The temperature at the highest elevation on Lolo was 42 degrees; the average temp was in the mid-50s all day.
Time for a beer & a Budlight "Mang-o-Rita" and dinner in the room.
Gas prices: Lewiston = $3.63 gal
Lolo = 3.48 gal
Laurel = 3.49 gal
... 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 ...
... changed dramatically. The mountains appeared again, but this time were clad with golden, ripe grass. Many of them reminded me of the pyramids or the sphinx in Egypt. The roads were smooth, but continued to be of rolling hills and great curves. More motorcyclist paradise, for sure.
We stopped at one of our favorite campgrounds from the old VW Kamper days. It's west of Dayton, WA and is called Lewis and Clark State Park. We sat in the shade of ...