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Day #15. Saturday 9/1. We get up at 6am. The showers are warm and we take long ones. We have oatmeal for breakfast and head out of camp (image #168) at 8:40AM. We get back on rte 31 south and head to Tiger where we take rte 20 South into Idaho. We take rte 41 into Blanchard where we stop and get gas at 10:30am. We continue to Interstate 90 and head east. We pass beautiful Coeur d' Alene and exit at rte #3 and head South. Image #169 is the Couer d' Alene river. #170 is Medicine Lake and #'s 171 and 172 are Black Lake. We make a left on St....Jump to full entry
Aug 1, 2011 - Day 1 Corn Creek to Alder Creek Camp Site
This morning we drove from North Fork to our put in on Corn Creek on the Main Salmon. After a busy morning of completing the rigging of the boats and a few butterflies we were off on our first of 7 days on the river. Some of the initial rapids had names of Killum, Gunbarrel, Rainier, Lantz, and Devil’s Teeth Rapids. Out campsite for the night was at Alder Creek. The water level was 7730 cfs (cubic feet per second) which was a very nice level. It covered up most of the rocks and provided a good current down river. Just a couple of weeks ago...Jump to full entry
Aug 30, 2007 - Day 80: Wildfires!
We got up early and drove out just before 8 am. Later we lost that early start by transferring back into The Mountain Time Zone. We must be getting close to home after all these weeks! Our route took us east to Missoula, then south to just north of Salmon, Idaho. So we started the day in Idaho, drove out to Montana, then reentered Idaho for our night's stay. The main feature of the day was smoke from forest fires. We had it in lesser (seldom) and greater (usually) amounts the entire day including here at Wagonhammer Camp Ground on the...Jump to full entry