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... being right on the river and that was lovely. It also provided a nice backdrop for Betty’s constant pooping. Poor girl’s guts just weren’t right.
Seven Devils is a mountain range near the Oregon/Idaho border jutting out above the Snake River. The goal was to seek out some of the alpine lakes we’d seen photos of online and to get some sweet photos of our own. Once we did some more research, we realised that there was only one lake we ...
... But we made it in one piece!
We decided to walk up the Trail to the Ranger Lookout Station. The sign said .2 mile. We found out, that is "as the crow flies". It's more like .6, straight up.
When we got up there, we discovered the Ranger Lookout Station is actually a ...
... t want to hear.
But, we continued on toward Riggins, Idaho. Quite by chance, we saw the Riverside RV Park in Riggins. What a find!
Our spot is right on the Little Salmon River. We like it so much, we’re staying 2 nights. And, it’s less $$ than where we were headed in the first place. Here’s the view from my recliner in the grass...
... certainly a sense of fun. The older generation all mostly sat in chairs set out for them, middle aged folks and parents generally sat on lawn chairs, and kids mostly played in the back or hung out with their friends. And people performed—from little 10 year old girls singing to senior citizens telling jokes.
And this got Kathryn and I thinking about communities. Because here was everyone in ...
... work that goes into it. As always it was fun to see the animals too. The property is lovely and big and has a creek running right through the middle of it. We walked around and took pictures. Afterwards we returned to our boats and got back on the water.
As we passed by Polly Bemis Ranch, Lisa told us a bit about the history of that ranch and the woman who lived there. We also ...