The Scandia Inn
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... at times, but we pulled over and stayed hydrated. The scenery was beautiful, the Payette River is used for whitewater rafting also, though our trip would have been on the Salmon River. The road was twisty and turned to follow the river, with mountains on both sides. The day was the best we could do under the circumstances, we will have time to whitewater raft when we get to Oregon in a few weeks.
... season when they are in school.
Now for a rant. Some parents think the entire RV park is a playground for their children. Most of the little tykes, three to six years old, are riding bikes or motorized mini cars here and there on the paved roads that are primary access for 40,000 pound RV's. Their parents, nowhere to be seen, are having a great time visiting with their friends back at their site. I could hardly keep track of the little rascals ...
... Boise Cascades sawmill. Today it caters to fishermen and river runners, and tourists. This small town (pop. 940) is the Valley County Seat. Lake Cascade was originally named Cascade Reservoir. With the introduction of the Tamarack development the name was changed to sidestep the negative connotations of "reservoir". Unless one can actually see the dam one would never know that this beautiful lake is actually man made.
... be rotated amongst the willing.
The initial rapids were quite tame so hopes were high for the post lunch leg as we were advised that the rapids were wild from that point on....and they were!
Had a great afternoon, both Karen and I had turns on the individual kayak which was a totally different (and better) perspective. There was bumps and slides and waves ...
... west in the Pacific Time Zone the sun is up at an hour earlier. I take the dogs out for their morning constitutional at 0700 and have to take a flashlight! It is way too dark here in the morning!
Jil's Mom is doing really well for a 91 year old lady. She lives is a small group home just minutes from her son Rob. He visits her 3 or 4 times a week and takes her out for drives through the countryside. Good Rob.
Rob and Cathy have lived here for ...