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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... we packed up the Goose and headed south on 93 along the Salmon River. Towards the Idaho border we climbed up a mountainous grade and were surprised there were almost no other cars on the road. Reaching the Lost Trail Pass, we soon discovered why. The valley below us was covered in dense white smoke. There was a forest fire ahead! Our fears were soon allayed when we learned it was a controlled burn just over the next ridge. The smoke cleared, and we began our descent on ...
Finally was able to get a mechanic and he said the radiator was plugged. He ordered a new one but had to wait for it to be delivered on Tuesday. Soooo, another day in town. First a long walk to a lovely little park on an island in the Salmon River and then a drive south and a stop at the Sacajawea Interpretive Centre. Very nicely done and an excellent walking ...
Then it was up a long, winding road over a high mountain pass (6900 ft) with lots of very tight corners. Thank goodness there were barriers along the way, BUT the engine overheated again! Downhill was just as steep ...
... I reached Black Foot Idaho. Heading NW toward Arco, Challis and Salmon I passed the Craters of the Moon Area of the Lava National Park followed by a 130 mile run along the Western side of the Continental Divide. Last year I fell in love with Montana side of the Mountains, this year I got to appreciate the Idaho side.
The last 75 miles into Salmon Idaho felt like driving thru the movie set of Horse Whisperer and/or ...
... as the only real produce they can get ahold of is what they grow themselves, they also jar so preserves for the harsh winters that they get. Greg does the repairs and blacksmithing around the place and they have some chickens and roosters as well. Both Sue and Greg hunt and they eat what the catch and make use of the furs for warmth in the winter. It was an interesting little stop while on the river and quite an eye opening experience to see ...