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  • 2011 FallDestinations

    Advertising Supplement to the Lewiston Tribune, Moscow-Pullman Daily News and Whitman County Gazette

    Peaceful Coastal Retreats

    Local Events & Attractions

    Food & Lodging

    Your Travel Guide for theGreat Northwest

    Hiking, Fishing, Boating & More



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    Pig Out In The Park Spokane, WATimes: August 31September 5, 10 a.m.10 p.m.Location: Riverfront ParkAdmission: FREE

    Come hungry! Pig Out 2011 will feature 48 food booths, 225 menu items and nothing is more than $8.95! Along with grub, youll find music 82 free concerts on three stages! This years entertainment includes Leon Russell, Carbon Leaf and Too Slim and the Taildraggers. Pig Out has become a tradition in Riverfront Park that unofficially concludes the summer season. www.spokanepigout.com

    Grangeville, IdahoHunting With the most square miles of wilderness in the lower 48 states,

    Idaho offers the best in big game hunting and experienced outfitters to escort you. Elk, mule deer, big horn sheep and black bear are among the favorites.

    Grouse, quail, chukar and pheasant are a few of the upland game birds available, while Canada geese and mallards are the most common waterfowl. For the best in hunting, set your sights on Idaho.

    Fishing Our rivers and lakes are full of steelhead, salmon, trout, bass, kokanee and dolly varden.

    North Central Idaho is legendary for its fishing and its no wonder. The Nez Perce people have fished from these clear waters since the beginning of time. Lakes, rivers, streams, reservoirs - its your choice! Some of the nations hottest steelhead (a rainbow trout over 20 inches) fishing is here. Fishermen line the South Fork of the Clearwater River when the fishing gets hot.

    You wont want to miss a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to catch a sturgeon in Hells Canyon. The largest freshwater fish in the United States, the white sturgeon can reach lengths in excess of 10 feet and weigh more than 1,000 pounds. Fish North Central Idaho waters on your own or with an outfitter or guide. Visit Idaho Outfit-ters & Guides website for licensed outfitters in Idaho.

    Be sure to check with the Idaho Department of Fish and Game for licensing rules and regu-lations.

    Scenic 6 RV Park Potlatch, ID

    POTLATCH, ID - In 1905, Pot-latch Lumber built the town, includ-ing the church and school, and managed its affairs. The park is near the site of what was once the largest steam-powered sawmill in the world. A steam engine of the

    Potlatch Railroad and the Depot are part of this unique historical site. Walking-tour brochures are available at City Hall on 6th and Main Street. Hunting, fishing and ATV riding are just some of the activities you can enjoy nearby.

    22 full hook ups, new bath-rooms and showers

    $235.00 month and power

    $90.00 Week $15 Day

    Monastery at St. Gertrude Upcoming Events

    September 11: www.stgertrudes.org/spiritualityarts.html Gonzaga Chamber Chorus, 1:30 p.m.

    September 29: Early Songs of the Salmon River and Hells Canyon Region with Dr. Gary Eller, Historical Lecture, 7:00 p.m.

    October 6: Tallyho for Idaho: The 19th-Century British Traveler in the Westwith Terry Abraham, Historical Lecture, 7:00 p.m.

    October 13: Life on a Lookout: A Vanishing Lifestyle with Linda de Eulis, Historical Lecture, 7:00 p.m.

    October 20: William Craig and the Nez Perces with Lin Tull Cannell, Historical Lecture, 7:00 p.m.

    October 27: Restoration of Derelict Lands in the Pacific NW with Dr. James Kingery, Historical Lecture, 7:00 p.m.

    All events are free. Learn more at www.StGertrudes.org

    Experience Benedictine hospitality at theinnat St. GertrudeBed & Breakfast 208-451-4321 inn@stgertrudes.org


    Surrounded by spectacularviews, the Inn at St. Gertrudeis located in the heart ofIdahos scenic Camas Prairie.

    Cottonwood, Idaho


    Bar Whitebird 208-839-2293





    317 NezPerce (Main St.)Winchester, ID208-924-725531



    Lunch & DinnerBreakfast All Day

    POTLATCHScenic 6 Park

    22 RV Spaces - $1511 meters for Monthly Rates

    Open All Year: Drinking Water, Dump Station, Hookups, Pets OK, Playground,

    Pull-through Sites, Bathrooms and Showers

    145 Hwy 6, Potlatch, ID 83855 P: 208-875-0708 F: 208-875-0130





    The Comforts of a Home Away From Home


    800-435-2588 208-786-4261

    Furnished Homes and Condos Available

    Starting at $50.00/night


    Brass Lantern Restaurant

    Finest Prime Rib and Bite Size inthe Northwest!

    Daily Specials Monday-SaturdayGenesee, Idaho (208) 285-1512




    Breakfast, Lunch or Dinners

    Excellent Co ee, Great Omelets,

    Outstanding Steaks, Sandwiches, Hamburgers,

    Fresh Prime Rib Daily 3 1 4 1 4 1 HR - 1 1

    101 E. Main, Grangeville208-983-2106

    Complimentary Appetizers during Happy Hour on

    Friday NightsBanquets

    Convenience store, discount cigs and

    tobacco products, gas, diesel, souvenirs and

    full service deli.17372 Nez Perce Road

    Lewiston, ID 83501

    (208) 746-6225Fax (208) 746-6062




    Kendrick City RV Park~NOW OPEN~

    7 full hook-ups, restroom Pets allowedBy walking trail and near Potlatch RiverKendrick, Idaho (208) 289-5157


    Salmon RiverMotel

    Your best rest stop!Senior Discount

    Pets OKFree Wi-fi

    Gift Certifi cates Avail.www.salmonrivermotel.com


    208-628-32313 1 4 2 6 6 HR - 1 1

    For Your Summer Food

    415 W. Main, Grangeville208-983-0680

    AskersHarvest Foods

    We Honestly Care!

    Its easy to nd us...LOCATED 3-BLOCKS OFF

    HWY. 95 Main St, Grangeville208-983-0680


    Park & Fly! Try Wyndhams New Select Service QualityJust 200 Yards from the Airport!

    * Airport Shuttle *Complimentary Breakfast *24-Hour Fitness Center *Sundry Shop *Meeting Space *24 Hour Business Center

    *Free Local & Long Distance *Flat Screens in Every Room *Free High Speed Internet

    Wingate by Wyndham2726 S. Flint Road, Spokane, WA 99224

    www.wingatehotels.com 509-838-3226 3 1 4 2 6 8 HR - 11


    Convenience StoreDeli Now Open

    Discount Cigs, Tobacco Products, Off Road

    Diesel and Gas1823 Hwy 95, Craigmont, ID

    (208) 924-6992314355HR-

    Reunions Fishing Retreats WeddingsOvernight Packages Steelhead Fishing1-800-589-1129

    Experience Hells Canyon on the Snake River

    314430HR - 1 1


    Call for reservations

    866-634-3246Jack OConnor

    Hunting, Heritage & Education Center


    Shady Campsites along the Snake River

    Lewis and Clark Discovery CenterHells Gate Marina



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    Riverside Motel/ Tall Pines Cabin Orofino, ID

    This fall fish for the mighty B-run steelhead on the Clearwater River with an experienced guide! Grab your friends and come visit us at the famous Riverside Motel & Guide Service in Orofino, Idaho. Check out rooms, kitchenettes and guesthouse accomodations at www.theriversidemotel.com. This year we have added a unique lodging experience at Tall Pine Cabin. This authentic 1900s cabin is fully furnished, comfortable and spacious for your small group. Check it out at www.tallpinecabin.com. Both conveniently located on Hwy 12 in Orofino. Phone 208-476-5711 or 208-827-6071; ask for offer 111. Guide service + room at RMGS $385 for 2 people, Guide service + cabin $515.

    Orofino Lumberjack Days Orofino, ID

    Orofino Celebrations Inc., OCI, was formed in 1946 with the idea of making a bigger and better county fair. A committee drew up by-laws and a constitution, and then the officers were elected. It was decided to have a three day celebration of parades, concessions, games, contests and publicity to promote the town of Orofino and the county of Clearwater. The Lumberjack Show was started with the idea of furthering our lumbering industry and way of life, along with that of farming. It showcased the arts and skills of the logger, especially those skills that were dying out due to mechanization.

    On Sept. 28, 1947, the first Lumberjack Day was held with approximately 4,000 people watching. Thus the organization and the idea was born and has been continued for 64 years with many changes being made along the way, but the general idea of promoting the forest industry and the loggers way of life is still upheld. The first contests offered just a few events, while todays show offers: BURLING--SPRINGBOARD CHOP--HORIZONTAL CHOP--VERTICAL CHOP--OBSTACLE POLE--AXE THROWING--STOCK POWER SAW--SINGLE BUCKING--TWO JACK (DOUBLE) BUCKING--JACK AND JILL BUCKING--SPEED CLIMBING--TREE TOPPING--CHOKER SETTING--HOT SAWING (OPEN CLASS)--TUG OF WAR--SKIDDER DRIVING--TRUCK DRIVING. The loyal OCI members and contestants enjoy the show as much as the audience and people can feel it in the arena. Its not only a show of skills, but a history lesson that is received at Orofino Lumber Jack Days and Clearwater County Fair.

    Weippe & Pierce, IDWe are a full service community with food, lodging, gas and

    more. Co