Thursday, July 7, 2011

To Washington State

Tuesday was our traveling day. We had a very fun week and are now headed to the Lewiston area to get our motorhome fixed before heading onto Couer D'Alene, Idaho. We actually are staying at Hells Canyon Resort, which is in Clarkston, Washington. Clarkston and Lewiston, which is in Idaho, are twin cities only a few miles apart. The park is right on the Snake River and we have a view from our site.

Lewis and Clark territory and so the metal sculptures here and around the area

       We took the motorhome into the Freightliner dealer in Lewiston and after a few hours, they weren't sure what was wrong and   referred us to the Freightliner repair shop in Spokane. Oh joy. Hassles of mtorhome repairs. We didn't do a whole lot when we were  here. We checked out Chief Timothy State Park which is on the water and looks like a good place to stay and to paddle from.
We also stopped at the Nez Perce Nationa Park vistor center museum. The Nez Perce tribe lived in the prairies and river valleys of north Idaho, Montana, Oregon and Washington. In fact, there are still Nez Perce Indians in the  area.
We are on our way to Spokane on Friday to hopefully have someone fix the rv. We also hope to see some old friends of ours who moved to Spokane from California about 20 years ago. We haven't seen them in 15 years and would love to get back in contact with them.                                                 

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