Cedars Inn Lewiston
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... and the landscape is pretty and different. Grangeville, ID on the Camas Prairie.
Total mileage = 2586.7
*8 souvenir spoons
* 1 patch from Devil's Tower
* 6 souvenir pennies - the kind you run through the machine to make an impression on.
* Rocks - from the Badlands, Spearfish Scenic Byway, Peter Norbeck Scenic Byway, ...
... part was that the portion of the drive from Lolo to Lewiston was almost entirely downhill. The pass is at 5,200 feet and Lewiston is at 750 feet. In my 504-mile drive today I averaged 44 miles to the gallon! (If you are interested in getting a Dodge Dart of your own you should call Max at Pogue Dodge in Muhlenburg, and tell him Chip sent you.)
It was a beautiful drive, but a very long one. To ...
... south end of town to check in on my parents' old house (where I grew up from the age of three through high school) and where they lived until they moved to Portland in September 2010. We took a few pictures for old time's sake. The ol' house looked good and not too much different from when they left. It appeared no one was home, but we didn't knock on the door -- I thought that might be a little too intrusive.
After this short stop, we got on the ...
... We covered so much in such a short amount of time and Amelia was the best little traveler! Michael is worn out and not looking forward to going back to work…it’s true what they say, ‘Sometimes you need a vacation when you return from your vacation.’ I think that is the true sign of a great sightseeing vacation! Michael is more of a ‘beach vacationer’ whereas I am more of a ‘how much can we see and cram in to the amount of time we have’ ...
... with mountains 5 or 6 miles in each direction. It also lies along the 45th parallel, which means that it is equal distance between the north pole and the equator, although at times it seemed to me that it favored the side of the north pole...Nonetheless, it was a beautiful road and we made up much mileage that we lost while spending two days touring Yellowstone (500 plus today and as the title indicates, I ...