- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... on the Alberni Highway except this grove was primarily cedar trees and they were not nearly so big as the ones on Vancouver Island. Next we saw some kayakers on the river. We carried on down the road some 2-3 miles to stop for lunch, hoping to also catch them tackling the rapids. It worked and we had a nice little lunch break while watching the two kayakers. As we left the Lolo Trail area and started following the Clearwater River we made a brief ...
... principal (teacher? Who knows? Can’t be too many people working in that school) told him it was a mistake and they had a laugh.
I continued north through some very pretty but rural scenery until I crossed into Montana again. From there I had to once again climb up to the Lolo Pass (I visited there a little over a week ago) and which point I re-entered Idaho. Confused? I was. From Lolo Pass ...
Before I even leave for the airport I have to pack first. I have never had to pack for so long of a time. I cant help feel that I will forget something. It took almost all night to get all of my things in order. I have been putting my clothes in Zipploc bags and taking the air out of them for more room. I'm starting to get nervous and excited at the same time. I will miss my family very much. Tomorrow my family and I will be going to Spokan (where I fly out of). I am very ...
... and how. The idea of an upper river trip was abandoned pretty quickly. The lower section had been run a couple of times by everyone already, and it seemed like a pointless risk to run an unknown stretch of river with an unproven crew.
There was a lot of last second wrangling to figure out who was going in what boats, who was actually showing up, and what gear was available. I was really lucky. Since Coco was a no-show, I got to use the Al’s ...
... standing on the sidelines more often than I would like to be.
I got a good chance to help pretty quickly though, when everyone found out I knew how to drive a truck and back up a trailer. This qualified me to “run shuttle,” which involves driving the empty trailer downstream to the “take out” so that the boats can be hauled back to the campground.
The truck I got was an old diesel Dodge with a manual transmission and a loose front end. It was ...