Cedars Inn Lewiston
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
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... br> We arrived at Meadow Lake Resort in Columbia Falls, MT. around 6:30, checked in then had dinner at their on-sight restaurant Trudy's. Pizza and a few beers for Tony and Mac n Cheese and a glass of red wine for me. Yum! It started to rain around 8pm and is in the lower 50s. It really is quite lovely up here and the grounds of Meadow Lake are beautiful as is the room; comfortable and quiet.
... have two choices: follow the Snake River as it dips south along the bottom of Idaho then slowly flows back up to the north (it forms a portion of the boundary between Idaho and Oregon), or go north to Montana and hang a left. I took the Montana route, and without realizing it I spent most of the day retracing L&C’s steps!
I knew they had been in this area – their westward ...
... looked like. We parked and started walking around and taking pictures. I tried the front door -- it was locked. Meanwhile, Ruth found a workman washing windows and he led her to one of the owners. I eventually caught up with them. The lady was a VERY charming older person who was very graciously showing Ruth around the property. I joined up with them. The lady told us about how her husband (formally employed by the University of Idaho in Moscow) started ...
... the Moat Lake, the fort's fortified battlements and crenulated walls spread over many acres.Elephant, Amber Fort, JaipurAscend to the fortress by elephant to view the sprawling complex of courtyards and halls, many of them hung with magnificent paintings and inlaid with precious stones. In the ...
... until we're back in Helena.
I checked out the area for a campground, using the trusty Droid and found this place, just four miles from town. It's on the Snake River. We have a river view site and are surrounded by numerous other campers, but, it's quiet. The grass is a glorious green and well kept. The roads and sites are newly paved and the air is warm, in the eighties when we arrived. Lynn is in thermal heaven and has been wearing shorter ...