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... directly on top of the levee's that were built when the rivers were raised by the construction of the Granite Falls dam in the 70's. I spent a couple hours riding a long loop.
When Clark passed here in October 1805 he wrote, "we came to on the Stard. Side below with a view to make some luner observations, the night proved cloudy and we were ...
... He has taken over
the shotgun seat in the RV and watches the scenery for cows, horses or any form
of movement. He was fascinated
yesterday with the revolving windmills in the Columbia Gorge. The biggest challenge is his strong hunting
instinct and barking/pulling at the sight of any campsite birds, vermin or even
large insects. Seeing a squirrel or
chipmunk and he turns into a whirling, whining dervish.
Ended the ...
... place called Roosters here in Clarkston. It was recommended to us by the front desk of the hotel. Wow was it good! We shared a few beer tasting trays - fun micro brews. Paul and his dad shared the blueberry bbq ribs. Wow were those good! Connie and I shared the surf & turf (steak and shrimp). That was also so good. We were all very happy with our meal tonight.
... in color than any of the rest. Don't know what that was. A few small areas were quite green, although I couldn't see any signs of springs or irrigation.
It was in the high 90s when we arrived in Clarkston where we crossed over the Snake River. This river is navigable from the Pacific Ocean by sea-going ships to the adjoining town of Lewiston, ID, as ...
... rural Indian village life and interact with locals.
Day 6: Jaipur. This morning's tour takes you to the imposing Amber Fort, ancient capital of Rajasthan. The fort was begun in the 17th century by Maharaja Mansingh, Emperor Akbar's most successful general. Perched atop the Aravalli ...