Sorry about the confusion. I just want to say HI, and that I had a great time in Idaho riding a motorcycle. We arrived in Missoula to rent bikes, and rode down to Lolo. We left at 3:30, and stopped at the Idaho border. It seemed that we were going up hill since we left Lolo and when we got to the border we were at 5,390 elevation. Leaving the information center we hit a 6% downhill grade, and saw a sign that said curves for the next 99 miles. The curves and scenery were breathtaking. The road followed a river, so there were plenty of curves. We stopped a couple of times for water breaks, and we should have stopped more, as we were severely dehydrated. We stopped at a gas station in Kooskia to get some Gatorade, and to get off the bikes. That was the first 6 hours of our ride in Idaho. We had a week to complete a loop back to Missoula. The rides and scenery were amazing, except the last day when it was 39 degrees and raining. Warm Lake road was probably my favorite ride of the trip.