Red Lion Hotel Lewiston
Travel Blogs from Lewiston
... they were a little north of the current road in much of Idaho from Lolo to Lewiston.
I had no idea how rural Idaho is! From Lolo Pass to Lewiston it is 175 miles, and more than half of it is in national forest lands, and much of the remainder is part of the Nez Pierce (it means 'pierced nose’ in French!) Indian Reservation. I didn’t have a cell phone signal for nearly three hours! ...
... it but the horse is sensing the barn.
Miles today (total/super slab): 343/0
Miles to date (total/super slab): 4687/995
Temperature (low/high): 59/102
Franchise restaurants: 7
Franchise motels: 0
Wildlife (today/overall): None/White tail deer, black bear, coyote, antelope, elk, bison
Route: https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B91ZklU jO-5LaHZDanB3WVppcVk/edit?usp=drivesdk< br>
July 6: Day 6 Time to Go Home
You know it's time to head home when your child is sitting in the car saying 'eh’ over and over…oh my goodness….it was the funniest thing ever! We began our day by packing up the car and going to a wonderful restaurant (Westcoast Waffles) and had the best Belgium Waffles and even better service. It was early in the morning and the guy serving us was outstanding! Just like our experience at the Chinese restaurant in Vancouver, I ...
... for the readability of this blog, we won't be sharing most of them. Everything was just off a bit all day and towards the end, it just became funny. Especially after the free drinks that the hotel provided when we checked in.
We left Idaho Falls and traveled along the Sacajawea byway. Personally, I liked this the best of any of the roads we have been on so far. The road runs along a ...
... So TVR now has two Polar Bears and the BMW North American Tour first prize.
Up early tomorrow to do Lolo and then down to Montana and Wyoming to do Beartooth and Chief Joseph and the down to Denver and turn East...........The journey is not over friends, these three roads are world class soooooooo stay tuned. I am tired so I am going to bed, Gnight all.