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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... on our way. Our road actually cut through between them and gave way to these interesting rocks. We passed through an area with many fossil finds that is now part of a national centre. We got back to towns again and are spending the night in Culver Oregon with cows, horses and the ever-present irrigation system in the field beside us. Tomorrow it is on to the coast.
... and I headed straight to the bar and drank about a gallon of cold soda pop. Yep that made me feel better. Leaving the festival goers and their loud music, I climbed to the top of the pass and crossed into Idaho. I enjoyed a nice downhill ride until I found a bush camp for the night.
Had to be up an hour earlier than usual the next morning as we'd crossed timezones when we crossed into Idaho. Nelson and I headed off down the beautiful Luchsa River ...
... section is clearly reserved for the younger crowd who bring only tents or small camping vehicles – like pickup trucks and small trailers. I learn that in Stickerville there are no reservations for camping spots, camping is on a first-come-first-served basis and the campground is not split up into “formal” campsites during the festival. Just find a spot, drop your load and call it home for 7-10 days. This place is camping chaos!
... for a wedding. They graciously let Lea borrow a table and chairs for our lunch, and even let us borrow a knife to cut up the watermelon we'd been hauling in the trunk for four days!
Refueled, we headed back out knowing we'd have to ride I-84 for about 12 miles as there are no other paved roads heading towards Ontario. The headwinds continued - so much for the weather forecast! Traffic wasn't too bad, but we still much ...
... to the small town of Shoshone where we had a late lunch at the "Manhattan cafe". A burger with bacon and cheese as well as fries was just what we needed after the chilly and windy visit at the craters of the moon-park earlier. Our next stop after haveing lunch was some big sand dunes called "Bruneau dunes" and now the sun was out and the winds were mild. The sand on the ground was even alittle warm from the sun. Talk about different weather and climat ...