Inn America Lewiston
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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The weather when we left McCall was warm at 65 degrees and the gas prices were $3.83 a gal. Tony and I walked around town and did a little shopping before heading out by noon.
The rest of the drive wasn't as long, but the countryside we are familiar with and not many changes since we last drove through Riggins, ID, a jumping off point for a lot of whitewater rafting ...
... they were a little north of the current road in much of Idaho from Lolo to Lewiston.
I had no idea how rural Idaho is! From Lolo Pass to Lewiston it is 175 miles, and more than half of it is in national forest lands, and much of the remainder is part of the Nez Pierce (it means 'pierced nose’ in French!) Indian Reservation. I didn’t have a cell phone signal for nearly three hours! ...
... took the familiar route back to Kennewick (Colfax, Washtucna, Kahlotus, and over the Pasco-Kahlotus Highway to... Pasco). It was nice making this drive again after a lapse of a few years. That ridge before you get to the Star School still provides a beautiful 360 degree view, like you're on the top of the world. Still a great view, even after all we've seen over the past six and a half weeks.
We motored on into Kennewick and arrived home at about 6:30 p.m.
We reached our final destination by 11:30am....yes it was an 8 hour drive with
Amelia sleeping only about 3 hours of it! I was counting on her sleeping at
least 5 since we were awake and getting ready by 2:30 but our little girl must
have been too excited to go back to sleep. Usually, Mia does not travel in a
car very well....those darn restraining carseats but amazingly she only lost it
when we were driving ...
... for the readability of this blog, we won't be sharing most of them. Everything was just off a bit all day and towards the end, it just became funny. Especially after the free drinks that the hotel provided when we checked in.
We left Idaho Falls and traveled along the Sacajawea byway. Personally, I liked this the best of any of the roads we have been on so far. The road runs along a ...