Inn America Lewiston
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... homes and trailers, and the weather was beautiful with a little wind. Temperature hovered in the lower 60s most of the way.
Sandpoint for lunch at 12:45 pm, Panhandler Pies Restaurant; Quiche and a burger. Hit the Montana border at 2:26 PST and no cell service. Traffic is medium to heavy on a two lane highway. We ran into some road construction several time on our route but nothing ...
Idaho is a very large state – not wide, but tall. It wasn't until today that I realized Idaho is one of those "you can’t get there from here" states. Don't believe what you see on the map to the right: there is no east-west highway in the middle/northern portion of the state (there are logging roads and other local roads through the mountains and forests, but nothing you can travel on). ...
... the production floor. Today they appeared to be repackaging large logs of Cougar Gold cheese. Our objective, though, was to get a couple dishes of ice cream to temper the afternoon heat. We were quite successful. I had "Apple Cup Crisp" and Ruth had a combination of Cappucino Chip and Cashew Caramel. Great ice cream. To bad they can't ship their ice cream like they do the cheese. Or maybe it's a good thing - I would be 50 pounds heavier...
We drove ...
... with the generator powering the AC and had lunch. Far from roughing it, we've been enjoying the luxuries of traveling in a Class A Motorhome. It's the greatest... We really enjoy and I must say, love Shorty. We lack for nothing on the road. Plenty of room for meals, a great bed and an indoor toilet with a full shower. What more can one ask?
We finally found a Safeway in Lewiston and stocked up on a few items to carry us through the next couple ...
... 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 ...