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Re: Idaho pre-research tips

Posted: 16 Nov 2018 04:04
by Bug Lyfe
I have an urgent inclusion!

The city of lewiston must be included. They have a big paper mill I used to always take loads out of.

When you go in from the north there is a huge hill that is one of the coolest places with the nost mind blowing view I have ever been. I will need to dig out my pictures and figure out how to add them. Check it out thoroughly in your research!

Re: Idaho pre-research tips

Posted: 07 Dec 2018 23:34
by flight50
2019 Rand McNally Idaho Restrictions

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Re: Idaho pre-research tips

Posted: 19 Dec 2018 22:36
by coring
I been up to Idaho a few times, some things that I remember:

US 93 coming up from Jackpot, Nevada connects right to Twin Falls and I-84 running through the Magic Valley. The Perrine bridge that crosses the Snake River and the nearby Shoshone Falls Park are pretty noteworthy scenry imo. rbsanford covered this in post #5, but I thought I'd second this.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Snake_Riv ... on_(Idaho)

US 95 coming down from Canada through the Idaho Panhandle (only US highway afaik through the area) to Coeur d' Alene is also very scenic (forests). Coeur d' Alene isn't very far from Spokane, Washington, so hopefully there's room for both.

Re: Idaho pre-research tips

Posted: 26 Dec 2018 20:02
by Izmaragon
Bug Lyfe wrote:
16 Nov 2018 04:04
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The city of lewiston must be included. They have a big paper mill I used to always take loads out of.
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The plant in question is called Potlatch, and the Lewiston Grade, as its commonly called rises up from the Snake River Valley before a junction takes you either to Pullman, WA or Moscow, ID [No, not Moscow Russia :D :P ]

Possible Garage locations:

Cour'de Alene, ID [spelling?]

Lewiston, ID

Boise, ID

Twin Falls, ID

Poccatello, ID

Idaho Falls, ID

Re: Idaho pre-research tips

Posted: 27 Dec 2018 05:07
by Unknown#
@Izmaragon - 'Coeur d'Alene' is what it's called. Also, 'Pocatello' only has one 'c'.

Guessing you haven't heard of Google Maps?

Re: Idaho pre-research tips

Posted: 31 Dec 2018 02:38
by Izmaragon
Thank you for the corrections.. Haven't ever been through Pocatello... And get mixed up with CDA.

Re: Idaho pre-research tips

Posted: 02 Jan 2019 05:54
by index
This is a must-include area, IMO:

https://www.google.com/maps/place/Piche ... 94.8307844

Wallace, Idaho, was slated for destruction as the Interstate came through, in order to pass this narrow clearing in the mountains. The residents fought this by designating the entire town as a national historic place, forcing a viaduct to be built on I-90.

https://www.google.com/maps/@47.4736347 ... 312!8i6656

it snakes along around the town.

Re: Idaho pre-research tips

Posted: 02 Jan 2019 07:03
by angrybirdseller
Mike_F wrote:
13 Nov 2018 20:35
angrybirdseller wrote:
13 Nov 2018 01:18
LDS temple where I-84 and I-184 interchange split and small tunnel along I-84 good landmark. ...
That is the Boise Idaho tempter for the Church of Jesus Christ of Later-day Saints. You can find links to a photo gallery, a map of the area, and more, by visiting this page. Is this the one you were thinking about AngryBirdSeller?
Yes, you can see from I-84 yeah.

Re: Idaho pre-research tips

Posted: 06 Jan 2019 23:37
by angrybirdseller
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US-93 near Twin Falls one of most scenic parts of southern Idaho

Re: Idaho pre-research tips

Posted: 06 Jan 2019 23:52
by angrybirdseller
Image-run us 30 parallel to I-84