Hartland Inn & Motel
Travel Blogs from New Meadows
... there. You can see the bed and stove in the pic if you look close. The Ranger spends 6 days/nights a week there. She stays is a trailer down the hill.
She had just taken some carrot cake out of the oven. It smelled very good in there!
We talked with her quite a while, then headed back down ...
Did a 20 mile white water rafting trip of the lower main Salmon River.
Met with the rafting crew at 7.30 am for our drive up to the drop in spot.
Was a beautiful sunny day of about 85 degrees with a few clouds shading us from the hot sun. Initially there were 6 passengers in the large raft with one single seater inflatable ...
... also walked along the Wetland Trail.
As we went southward in Idaho, the terrain changed (no pics!). It went from a lot of trees to more brush and brown hillsides. We drove many, many miles along a river. It was a beautiful, but long, drive. We pulled over at a scenic spot for lunch and to talk about where we wanted to stay tonight.
Our plan was to ...
... tapes, I got to hear his progression and imagine his life when he was much younger, and that, to me, was golden. I love this man. As for scenery, the higher we went into the mountains, the more beautiful it got. First, we drove through dry hills of prairies with hay barrels bigger than an elephant. Then, we drove through winding roads of hills, eventually hitting the Boise National Forest where there were trees and trees of greenery and a huge river with ...
... passengers board the Idaho, and surprise of surprises the two owners are on board. Another surprise is Seth's dad is the pilot.
We were taken on a leisurely hour and a half cruise around the lake hugging the shore all the way. The lake is lined with homes everywhere except where Ponderosa State Park forms the border. Some homes are nice lakeshore vacation homes and others are full blown mansions. The scenery around the lake is some of the most beautiful that we have ...
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