The Lodge at Riggins Hot Springs
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... to hike to. Luckily, it was a beautiful lake and a really short hike from Seven Devils Campground. There’s no way our rig would have fit in the sites in the campground so we were glad we hadn’t hauled out camper up the 17 miles of dirt road. The lake was quiet and deserted aside from the mosquitoes and one fisherman.
We left the lake and came across a couple with a flat tire on their rental. They couldn’t figure out how to get the tire down ...
The views were beautiful. You could see some smoke from the Washington and Oregon fires. From this vista, you can see Washington, Oregon, Idaho and Montana.
The Ranger was there on duty. His wife was with him and invited us in. She showed us how the big compass works. It was neat ...
... going thru Idaho, then Oregon to get home.
It was a beautiful drive. We stopped at the Lolo Pass Visitor’s Center, just across the Montana/Idaho border.
It’s a really nice visitor’s center.
They had different specialty teas that you can brew while you’re there, for a donation. So, Jerry and I took advantage of ...
... coming together—young and old- to support and watch each other. And there seemed to be very little self consciousness about it. There was certainly no snickering at the less than perfect performances. There was an earnestness in it that you don’t find back, say, in New York City. You wouldn’t find any talent show quite like that. Or, maybe not, I thought.
Because you do. You have it ...
... Meadow Camp, Small Beach Camp and Basin Creek Camp.
Since it was a more relaxing day in terms of rapids we were able to appreciate the scenery more. It looked as if the canyon had opened up a bit more and we were seeing more signs of life in this area, it seemed to be a bit more populated.
We began to have some water battles on the river. Anna had snuck a water gun onto the ...
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1010 South Main Street, Riggins | Hotelfrom $118