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... Often these were nomadic peoples, following the game or seasons. Next came the fur trappers - mainly French Canadians. Next came the settlers, first by wagon, later by train. Sheep herders from the Basque region of France settled in Idaho and Oregon. Next came the lumbermen who logged the areas with trees (yes, we came back to trees again, finally). They used the ...
Back on route 95, we headed towards Riggins. About 5 miles before reaching it, we came upon a fruit stall. I bought half a rockmelon, a bag of rainbow cherries and an aloe vera drink. I had to take a photo of my healthy loot to send the message to my big sisters, "Yes, I am looking after myself."
After a stop in Riggins, I rode to Pollock and, although it was still rather early, I decided I'd had enough and camped there.
- What do a hand grenade and a banjo have in common? Once you hear either one, it is too late.
- What is the difference between a banjo and a chain saw? You can tune a chainsaw.
- Why does everyone hate a banjo right off? It saves time.
- What do you say to the banjo player in the three piece suit? Will the defendant please rise.
- Why is it so difficult to play Banjo with a Canadian Banjo Player? They always play in ...
... But, again, each state had entry pull-offs for all vehicles carrying animals or watercraft (yes, even canoes on car tops). Entering Oregon with a watercraft REQUIRES obtaining a permit to prevent invasive species. Impressive vigilance, eh?
** From Salt Lake City onwards, the landscape became honey-gold with rounded hills covered with range grasses: the Beehive State's hills look like beehives, really! It amazed us that farmers turned thousands of acres ...
... ranges and don't have trees on them. There are eroded cliffs where nature has worked her magic over the eons. The irrigated farms in the valley include fields of corn, onions, potatoes (we are getting close to Idaho), and we weren't sure what else!
Finally, we saw the overpass where I-84 enters Ontario! Shortly after we rode over the freeway, the bicycle computer told us we had ridden 100 miles! At an intersection in town we ...