A few miles up the road, I turned off at the Lochsa Campground, making a half-hearted attempt to find a campsite (they had the usual
As I was exiting the parking lot, I gave one more “Thanks again, Holiday Inn” wave, and then accessed onto I-84 for a few miles
There’s something uninspiring about waking up in the middle of a sea of asphalt, but then again, I was thankful for simply being there. I
I headed west on U.S. 20, back out into the outback, and I noticed there was one thing missing – the abandoned railroad track that
I biked over to the Safeway to get some supplies, and on the way, I noticed the town’s water tower was emblazoned with: “Lakeview –
I spent the night curbside in front of the Chevy Dealership in Reno, in hopes I would be first in line to get a tune-up.