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June 5, 2015 (LC Eastbound date May 5, 1806)
Decided to spend another day in Clarkston/Lewiston area. There is a display of native plants that Lewis identified at the Granite Lake park in Clarkston. A good place to walk the dog along the Snake River near where the Clearwater River joins and directly across the river from where LC camped on their ...
reservation and got in at 11:30am. One splurge won’t hurt the travel budget I
thought and this is the first dining out opportunity on the trip. Dayton is a former railroad stop and farm town
that is now part of the eastern WA wine boom, although the population has
stayed around 2,500 people since the 70’s and was nearly 3,700 in 1950. I had an excellent shrimp frittata and the
rhubarb custard pie was ...
... Gorgeous lake, a nice resort, and a very fun ride past miles and miles of gracefully swaying wheat fields. We enjoyed our time in Lewis and Clark land in spite of the heat. We're tough, we're from Texas!
Today we loaded the motorcycle on the extension and headed to Issaquah, WA, near Seattle. We will be here for 3 weeks. No plans yet, but I know that it will be fun. Family, ferries, mountains, seafood, and Washington wines. Fun. ...
... in our campground guide, we found there weren't any private campgrounds so had to revise our plans a bit. We knew that with the heat that we are encountering we'd need AC tonight. Clarkston, WA (just over the river from Lewiston, ID) had several private campgrounds, so Bob scheduled that while I picked up a few items at Safeway.
We rolled south on 395 ...
... which marks the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. Proceed to the Parliament building and the Rastrapathi Bhawan, the President's residence.
Day 4: Taj Mahal. Agra an ancient city that came into prominence in Medieval times under the Mughal rulers and was once the capital of a sprawling Mughal ...