Owyhee Cottages At Tamarack

Address: 75 Arling Center, Donnelly, Idaho, 83615, United States | 4 star ranch
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This 4 star ranch, located on 75 Arling Center, Donnelly, is near Gold Fork Hot Springs and Tamarack Resort.
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Travel Blogs from Donnelly


A travel blog entry by alexnoiret on Jul 30, 2014

... sprinting down and crashing past the boulders. Occasionally, we'd see rafters or kayakers drifting down this fresh crisp lively river. If my Prius didn't have air conditioning, I probably would have wanted to jump into it. It seemed so nice. Apparently there are a few bears in this area, and some bald eagles too. Cool. On our way to the cabin, we stopped by one of Anne's friends Lydia, to deliver her some groceries that Anne had given us for her. Lydia is ...

Back Home in Idaho

A travel blog entry by r-phammond on Aug 11, 2013

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... we left on Monday morning. After being on the road for almost two months, it was nice to just sit and relax. Except for a brief hailstorm, the weather was gorgeous, and the mosquitoes weren't bad. That's always a plus.

Off to Boise tomorrow and then heading Tuesday for Winnemucca and home to Reno on Wednesday. Our big adventure is nearly over.


Day 14: Missoula MT to McCall ID

A travel blog entry by bergworld on Jun 14, 2013

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... railroad beds through old tunnels on there way to California. Very cool to see two 72 year old men that were friends since kindergarten so excited and full of live.

Pulled into Kooskia in need of fuel for us and the bikes. We headed south on 95 after lunch. Another great ride along a river. We dropped in elevation and it became more arid. We ...

Winter Expedition

A travel blog entry by igleonaitis on Jan 25, 2013

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... backpack packing techniques, we had a lesson on following tracks in the woods. We followed Ellie and Martha, who was a geology major, out behind the hut. They explained the use of tracking, then showed us a pile of droppings. Ellie picked some up in her hand and we attempted to identify them using a booklet she had given us. Because it was not matching up with anything on out pamphlet, she took to more extreme measures. She broke it apart in her hands ...

We're Busy But Not Too Busy To Enjoy The Scenery!

A travel blog entry by jilnmike on Sep 19, 2011

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... Mom the last four days. Jil finished unpacking her belongings putting them away in some sort of order. Rob and Kathy filled in where needed and I was the gopher and hammer swinger. Speaking of the movers, Mom's old apartment was packed up and loaded on to a moving truck on 8/31, the delivery date being 9/6. The moving company really dropped the ball. After a million excuses and 2 million phone calls from both Jil and Rob, Mom's belongings were finally ...