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Discussion in 'Pacific Northwet - Where it's green. And wet.' started by IpponDuro, Nov 22, 2011.
It's located in Idaho!
Somewhere on Warm Lake Road (NF-22) between Cascade and Warm lake? There are several hot springs and I think I've been to this one, but can't remember the name, maybe Trailcreek? Looks similar anyway.
Trailcreek it is
Name the town. If you've been here you can't for get this place.
Idaho City, ID
Not my bike but I took the picture.
Idaho City it is. Ladybug is up!
Either I am one who can forget anything, or I just need to be more observant.
I've been there twice, but I don't remember seeing that.
If you come up the pavement on HWY 21 you'll probably miss it. If you come in on the dirt - 307- from New Centerville, you'll have a hard time missing it.
That would be the reason: my semi-adventurous-self got no further off the highway than Diamond Lil's.
Some of the coolest things are just a couple blocks or so off the main road in many towns. I keep telling you to slow down and enjoy the flowers.
I'll post a picture tomorrow after I find something or maybe I have something good on my camera now. I need to unload it and find out.
Name the river
This bridge crosses
and the nearest town.
Since The Tourist bumped this that means there is still one person interest in playing.
I thought one of the wetsiders would be right on this one, I didn't think it would be this hard.
How about if we don't have an answer by Thursday I'll throw something else out?
Sauk River, near Rockport & Darrington.
That was certainly a WAG but at least you guessed. I figured the milky color of the river would be a clue.
And sirloynz scores Go for it, it's your turn.
I'm still following along. The bridge/river looked familiar but I couldn't place it.
I just spent some time in the fossil beds and visited some places I taged from this thread. It was warm till we headed north to Heppner. That forest was COLD.
Lots of interesting places to post. Those irrigation forests in the Basin. Grandmas Park. The fishing shop in Starbuck. Historic Ranger Stations all over ID.
Another here still following along and waiting for the next opportunity...
SIrloynz probably hasn't been anywhere interesting.