General Store Hostel is tucked way up in the northern tip of
Idaho. Quiet, secluded & away from big cities.
The hostel itself is located within a former dance hall. The
building is big & old, and even though the temperature was
hovering around 100 degrees outside--it was plenty cool inside even
without air conditioning.
The main room in the hostel. Had the place to myself. No
TV. And the nearest phone was the pay phone outside the
here around 2pm, decided to call it a day. The heat had been
sweltering all the way across the country. I thought it would
be cooler in northern Idaho, but it wasn't. But the inside of
the hostel was cool. I used my free time well, showered,
relaxed, did some of my laundy, caught up on my journal writing
& looked over my maps and plans for the next days travel.
again, I was the only hosteller there. So I had my choice of
beds. The manager / owner gave me one of the private rooms
with a full size bed for a change.
I'm sure this one is the Chief Joseph Dam. (I'm sure only
because I took a picture of my car in front of the Chief Joseph Dam
Grand Coulee Dam or Chief Joseph Dam? Got my photos a little
mixed up here.
is, some pictures I took with my son's digital camera and some
pictures I took with my old cheap camera 'cause I didn't trust the
digital. I was afraid I'd push a wrong button on it
somewhere--and end up deleting 500 or 600 pictures. So I took
a few "regular" pictures "just in case". BUT, now I can't find
any of the "regular" pictures 'cause when I moved I "misplaced"
them. When I find them, I'll be putting more pictures up on my