Super 8 Grangeville
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... rifle through the wallet (still only one wallet as Kenz's is now on it's way to Missoula since it didn't make it in time to Baker City) and scrounge up just enough and walk out of there as quickly as our tired legs will take us. As we walk our bikes to our campsite, we make friends with Rick and Royanne (R&R), two of the most hospitable people we have met so far. They offer us ice for our knees, beers, REAL popcorn with REAL butter (because you can't drink a cold beer without ...
... goodbyes ( see photos) we talked about the possibility of doing a tour together next year, Reg and I continued on. We were still descending from the lunch stop and although it was warm we weren't exerting ourselves. We started to climb after about 10 miles and it got hotter and steeper and steeper and hotter to 104 degrees. The water in my water bottles was hotter than I ...
... have similar riding styles and we enjoy each other's company. We had a great ride and ended in Hell's Gate Campground at the south end of Lewiston. In spite of the name it's a beautiful place on the Snake River. After I set up my tent I called David Hudson, who lives just across the River in Clarkson. He was the cyclist that agreed ...
First of all, happy anniversary to the love of my life, my best friend, and the mother of two of the most fantastic children any parent could wish for. Today is our 29th. Today started out with a major climb out of Kamiah and continued most of the day. I rode 69.5 miles, in the saddle for 8 hrs. & 8 mins. and my bike computer says that I burned 5,732 calories and I believe it! Right ...
... where we read and chatted and just relaxed.
Early in the afternoon, we ate lunch and headed toward Orofino where Steph's boss and his wife (Tam and Sue) live. I wish we had taken pictures of their home because it was pretty impressive. It is a timber building that they built themselves, from blasting basalt for the basement to milling the timbers and boards to doing the plumbing and electrical. They started in 1987 and still ...