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... to the confluence of the
Clearwater and the Snake rivers (Clarkston WA today). See photo of the metal cutouts of each Corp
member along with their Indian guides.
A friend had told me about a Michelin rated restaurant in
Dayton called the Patit Creek Restaurant.
They are currently only open from Thursday to Saturday and lunch is
served only on Thursday and Friday for about 20 people. Today being Thursday I decided to ...
... in Clarkston, WA ( get it Lewis and Clark again), we found a very nice RV park with a hot tub, Hell's Canyon Resort. It was at a marina on the Snake River. Nice views and starry night skies. I can tell you why it is named Hell's Canyon. It was over 100 degrees almost every day. They broke a 5 year record high temp. Neat!!! We left Texas to avoid the heat. One day the weather girl predicted a high of only 98, so we rode the bike to Coeur ...
... in our campground guide, we found there weren't any private campgrounds so had to revise our plans a bit. We knew that with the heat that we are encountering we'd need AC tonight. Clarkston, WA (just over the river from Lewiston, ID) had several private campgrounds, so Bob scheduled that while I picked up a few items at Safeway.
We rolled south on 395 ...
... for ice cream so that was an easy decision! We could tell by the line that this is a popular place, but they were friendly, efficient, and we had our ice cream cones in hand in no time. I can honestly say, their ice cream is the best I have ever tried. I went for a waffle cone of Caramel Cashew and Chocolate Peanut Butter. Oh, and if you like Cougar Gold Cheese (also delicious!) you ...
... anyone visiting these areas to eat at these places..YUM YUM!
We made perfect time to Sydney Bay where we had to clear customs and board the ferry to Anacortes. The 2 hour ride was uneventful but it was fun to sail through the San Juan Islands….different route than our ferry from Vancouver to Victoria. Anacortes is about 80 miles outside of Seattle and our goal was to get through Seattle before 4pm. Unfortunately, the first sailing from Victoria was noon which put us ...