Days Inn Lewiston
Travel Blogs from Lewiston
... off, when I got to Lewiston I just wanted to crash. Unfortunately I didn’t realize I was now in the Pacific time zone – I was ready for bed and it was only 7:30! I saw two two maple trees today, probably the first ones since Minnesota or North Dakota. I’m expecting things to get greener as I continue the westward push tomorrow. I’m ready to leave this arid landscape behind and see trees ...
In the opinion of the BMW dealership in Missoula it would take several hours to disassemble the handle bars enough to replace the bolts which held the key/ignition module in place. Apparently for security purposes these are anti-theft bolts so no simple fix - which would expl;aing why even though i could reach the head from below I was unable to get either a phillips or slotted screw driver to do any good. The service "guy" (I ...
... to put the kickstand down)
We then rode Lolo Pass along Lolo Creek (Lewis and Clark Trail) for the last 200. We got stuck in the rain behind a camper and he would not pull over to let us pass in spite of the fact that there were several short lanes for that purpose (It was S curve after S curve, you'd have to see the road to understand) When we finally were able to get around him I was ...
... drove in and below low hanging clouds for a couple of hours, we came out into sunshine again as we approached the Snake River valley. We obviously hadn't fully researched this route as just north of Lewiston we were greeted by signage indicating seven miles of 7% grade! A challenge for any vehicle but when in one the size and weight of ours.... There were at least four run-off truck ramps with signage saying ...
... it was miserable. After a few hours your were soaked with sweat and very tired.
We finally crossed back into the good old USA in Washington and immediatly decided that we needed to head to high ground to try and find a little cool air, we headed into the NE corner of washington to get some altitude and it cooled off considerably, we had heard of an area called Twin Lakes that had a couple small old resorts on them that were supposed to be really ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed