Thursday, October 6, 2016

Lewiston, ID

I can’t remember what the temperature was when we were there.

We left Coeur d’Alene and ended up in Lewiston. Well actually in Clarkston, WA where the RV park was located. You can probably tell from the town names, that Lewis and Clark came through this area on their expedition.

roostersI had several things for us to see and do while we were here but first we headed out for some lunch at Roosters which had good Yelp reviews on seafood. Jim ordered oysters and shrimp and I had cod and chips. About two hours later Jim was really sick. We decided the oysters must have been bad. Needless to say we didn’t get any sight seeing done.

We did take a short drive to a nearby park with a Lewis and Clark memorial and found a vintage trailer rally. Took a few pictures and needed to get home.

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The Snake River

lewiston - snake river

We spent a couple of days in Clarkston letting Jim recover and then we moved down to the Boise area.

11 comments:

  1. Isn't the hill in Lewiston something to see? A good RV park in Grainger is The Bears Den. I'm pretty sure that's the nameZ a neat ride is the ride over to Stites and Ely City (hope that's the right name-close). It's an unpacked road, but a good road.

    Sorry Jim isn't feeling well. Nothing worse than getting sick from food. Hope he feels better soon.

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  2. Looks like you are making progress, get Jim better and enjoy the journey

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  3. If you ever get near, travel the Sawtooth Mts and around Stanley, Idaho. That whole area is really neat. If memory serves, there is a nice area called Redfish Lake..I think..

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  4. There's so much to see in Boise. The capital and the prison are must sees.

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  5. Getting sick on food isn't fun. Hopefully, he's over it. Seeing all the vintage trailers would have been fun.

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  6. To bad about Jim getting sick maybe he should be careful eating them again.
    I would have loved to see the old vintage trailers. I would love to have one. Enjoying following along with you on this trip.

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  7. Oh dear. Hope poor Jim is much better today.

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  8. I hope Jim recovered well. Food poisoning is not fun.

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  9. Jo got sick on bad oysters in South Padre, she said it was horrible

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