Cedars Inn Lewiston
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... wasn't the manager) said he doubted it would come completely loose before we were able to make it home. Not feeling like we had three or more hours to spare we took our chances and hit the road.
Consisting mostly of sweeping curves with some tighter stuff thrown in to keep riders on their toes, US-12 over Lolo Pass certainly deserves its reputation as a great motorcycle road. I highly recommend it to any and all ...
... of us can remember what they are called, but in the "olden days" they were referred to as "peddle pushers". Some of you more mature folks may remember such.
For dinner, we had French dip sandwiches and salad. After we dined, we took a stroll around the camp for a bit and admired the beauty of the place. Many of the sites are reserved for the weekend and beyond, so I'd guess that the place really rocks as summer progresses.
Tomorrow, we'll ...
... searching for our hotel! Overall the drive
was easy with the boarder crossing short and sweet.
Our hotel is absolutely lovely-The Westin Bay Shore. We could not have a better
location or a nicer hotel....so far the trip is perfect. After checking in we
headed down to the boardwalk (not sure what it is called here but it's the
little avenue by the harbor). We enjoyed some lunch at a cafe then took some
... ready to go…..SHOPPING! Yes, we come all the way to Texas to shop! Maybe we’ll find something ‘Texas-style’ (There, now you too are included in our little joke =) We are going to some bike and triathlon shops for Michael and every other kind of shop for me! This afternoon we are going to eat at a little café called Twin Sisters-they have quite a few Veggi options so this might be our ...
... for a bit. Finally, leaving Wallowa Lake and heading into Joseph for some lunch. What a cute little town. The bronze sculptures were amazing - see photos.
Took lots of pictures – perfect temperature maybe upper 60s, no wind, just a lovely day. Went to the grocery store for some snacks and picked up St. Helens steaks for dinner.It was
about 70 degrees in at 2pm. Looks like a scene from The Sound of Music. Quaint old storefronts. You keep expecting to look up and see ...