Travel Blogs from Clarkston
Day 69 (June 24) -- On the road from Missoula by 8 am. We don't set an alarm but life on the road pretty much creates its own routine for us, give or take an hour. Coeur d'Alene/Spokane or Lewiston, Lewiston or Coeur d'Alene/Spokane; route should we take. Been to Coeur d'Alene and Spokane more than once; MAY have been through Lewiston once; travelled the road to Spokane a few times; never been on Highway 12 Missoula to Lewiston; ...
... Spokane, traveling through "grain" country. Some had been harvested; some was being harvested; and the rest looked like it was ready. Wish my cousin Jim had been along--he could have told me what the difference in crops was that we were seeing. I presume that most of it was wheat. We did see a relatively smaller field of sunflowers, but one grain field was far ...
... huge, elegant kitchen. The kitchen countertops were custom made to size from recycled glass by a company in Seattle. They're a lovely blue-green color, about an inch thick (at least) with an appealing sightly uneven (but smooth) surface. Anyway, this was a pleasant little surprise and who would have thought there would be a place like this near Moscow, Idaho!
After thanking our host (Charlene Brannan, I believe), we headed on into Moscow and then ...
... breakfast you'll drive back to Delhi. Tonight, you are our guests for a festive farewell dinner at a popular Delhi restaurant. After dinner, transfer to the airport for your return flight to the US.
Day 9: Delhi/USA. Your memorable journey ends today when you arrive in New York...we will continue on to Spokane ...
... that route 12, the Lewis & Clark
Trail, took us through. The ride along route 12 took us through
south west Washington where acres and acres of vineyards could be
seen. Wheat was also a major crop in this area as it could be seen
growing in the hills that surrounded us.
Tonight we will stay in a campground in
Chief Timothy Park located in Clarkston, WA on the border of
Washington and Idaho.