American Travel Inn
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... we had to walk across the stream. After an hour of walking we decided to camp next to the stream on a rocky bank. Rob cooked a lovely pasta and pesto dish and we sat around and drank some Canadian Whiskey. The night was long and uncomfortable. Kelly had told me about rattlesnakes and bears. Every sound concerned me. I had no pillow and we lay on blow up mat. It was horrible and quite scary. I was relieved when it got ...
... it’s not unusual to go miles without seeing another car. The landscape itself offers some stunning scenes as the green color of the crops offer a monotonic backdrop against with most other colors stand out. Since there are no large buildings or many trees, taking near-perfect landscape shots is easy. As usual, I found myself using my 24-105 lens far more than the 10-16 wide-angle one.
As if made to welcome photographers, a ...
... thought this was June so it's probably OK. WRONG! Less than a mile down, our car was stuck in MUD! Thanks GOD for Bob's driving skill - he was able to get the car out of the mud and back out of that road!! Lesson learned! Our hotel owner later told us to never got on those roads after rain. Some cars get stuck there for days because nobody could tow them out and they had to wait for the farmers to use their tractors to pull the car out. OMG!!
After getting out ...
... and stayed quite close to it all the way. (A sign just after Lolo Pass warned "Winding Road for Next 99 Miles!) The weather was great and the rivers (Lochsa, then Clearwater) were very picturesque -- often shallow and rocky (particularly the Lochsa), but other times very still and deep. We didn't stop much or take too many pictures as this was relatively familiar territory -- Ruth and I and her kids came up to the Selway River (which joins the Lochsa at ...
... help...someone that has been trained, someone that know how to handle the situation. (Of course, I realize that not all first-responders, police, EMT's, etc. are amazing and perfect, but on the whole, they know what they're doing). If the accident calls for transport, we can rest easy knowing that the vehicles will be equipped with all of the basic and even not-so basic machines and medicines to keep us alive. It is really ...