Lewiston is a small town with a great bike path along the Snake River that winds into Hell’s Canyon State Park. The Snake is the largest tributary of the Columbia. Here a large rock formation juts out from the Washington side as weather rolls in from the south.
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The Nez Perce Indians probably saved the lives of Lewis and Clark and their entire crew. A sculpture commissioned by the US Army Corps of Engineers sits at Tsceminicum, the Nez Perce word for “meeting-of-the-waters” and historically used to describe the confluence of the Snake and Clearwater Rivers.

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As visitors cross the draw bridge into Lewiston this interesting sculpture, made from actual canoes, greets them;

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And I just could not resist this advertisement;

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20120604-223644.jpg Megan (left) and Laura (right) work for one of three Locker Room Men’s Sports Salons in Idaho. Additional beers are only $2. They have to be consumed in the lounge that was equipped with a bar, recliners, three televisions, and a pool table. Megan told me it was tough to get the Lewiston permit.

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