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... wheat, canola, and some sweet peas
along the way. The last 7 miles into
Kamiah was gravel and a steep grade but the lush valley at the bottom was a
It’s back to dry camping again at a National Forest
campground along the Lochsa River on highway 12 about 40 miles west of Lolo
Pass. The campground has many river
rafters staying here and I saw many rafts and kayaks coming down the river
during the drive ...
... popcorn!), an extra sleeping bag to throw across us that night (because they told us it had gotten down to 23 degrees the previous two nights! Yikes!), and coffee in a thermos with two mugs in the morning. We don't have much to repay them for their kindness, but we do have unicorn cards and offer them a reading in return. They looked a little uneasy about the whole idea, but decide to go ahead once I told them the Unicorns only have positive messages. Royanne agrees that ...
... was hard but tolerable. About a mile down from the summit I was doing 40 miles per hour and David pulls up next to me on this BEAUTIFUL Yamaha motorcycle. We agree to meet in Pomeroy and have lunch. The three of us had a really nice time relating bike-touring war stories, bike equipment and whether Lady Ga Ga is really a man ( I made that last part up!). After we ...
3 hours, 57 minutes, 52.35 miles While leaving Winchester Park I encountered another cyclist at the dumpster. It turns out that he is also going west on the Lewis & Clark route........the first and only one that I encountered so far. We had breakfast together at the only cafe in town. His name is Reg. (Reginald Yoder) and he's from ...