River Dance Lodge
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- Free parking
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... some molten lead and other evidence from the LC campsite. The campsite area was never
tilled although for some years it was used to graze livestock. The park has a loop trail around the site which identifies the location of the latrine and where the blacksmith had built
a very hot fire. Estimates for the location of camp particulars were based on the typical military camp ...
... overlooking the Idaho countryside. Cleverly, the bathroom was situated in Sweet Willy’s...willy area and up in his head was a sort of reading den.
The hilarious irony in staying here though is that Paulie doesn’t even like dogs...OK, with the exception of Denver and Elmer of course! But thankfully Sweet Willy was very obedient and being made out of wood and concrete ...
June 6, 2015 (LC Eastbound dates May 6 to June 10, 1806).
LC went up the Clearwater River in May 1806 but stopped at
Kamiah on May 14th because the Nez Perce said the trail over the
Bitteroots was still deep in snow. Then
ended up staying at what they called Long Camp until June 10th when
they started the climb up to Lolo Pass.
While they were there Lewis became concerned about the amount of
... biking thing by riding about 30-45 miles a day and relying on the kindness of strangers to help us go the rest of the way to stay on track with timing. This method of travel has allowed us to meet some really kind folks with interesting stories.
Some highlights of this section include catching a ride with George and Suzanne in a GINORMOUS 36,000 pound motor home along the Brownlee Reservoir... As we head up the windy road next to the reservoir George states "This is ...
... goodbyes ( see photos) we talked about the possibility of doing a tour together next year, Reg and I continued on. We were still descending from the lunch stop and although it was warm we weren't exerting ourselves. We started to climb after about 10 miles and it got hotter and steeper and steeper and hotter to 104 degrees. The water in my water bottles was hotter than I ...