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A Place to Stay


10th Aug 2018

Photo: No roof at the inn

The only problem with following the more remote roads in the U.S. lies in trying to find overnight accommodation. We have an iPad with us so try to book ahead from the previous night's stop but occasionally this doesn't work so we just turn up and hope to find something. So far we've experienced motels, historic inns, B&Bs, a fishing hut and even a trailer (yep! we're officially "trailer trash"). Best night so far was in Challis, Idaho, where we were directed by our host to the gas station on the edge of town where there would be food and live music. Great burgers, cold beer, blue grass music and a cowboy poem recital by an 84 year old woman who runs her own ranch and still rides the range to check her cattle.