Lewiston Lake: Itinerary
Day: Just go ahead and take the whole day off work to allow a little extra time to get to the lake. Maybe you'll make it up with enough time to try a little early evening fishing.
Evening: Once you've got the RV in your spot, go ahead and fix yourself a hearty dinner. Big day tomorrow!
Morning: Decisions, decisions, decisions. You could start with a sunrise canoe trip across the lake… but the fish look like they're feeding right on the surface. Hard to pass that up!
Day: Whether you got an early start on Saturday or not, be sure to take some time in the afternoon to try a little bird watching. Get out the binoculars and keep your eyes peeled for osprey, falcons, herons, and maybe even a bald eagle.
Evening: Back to the rod and reel to catch some dinner! Hopefully you brought a lemon and some pepper for all those trout you're catching.
Night: Sit under the stars. You don't even have to tell stories. Just enjoy a quiet peacefulness you may not find anywhere else.
Morning: This would be a great time to finally sneak that canoe trip in. Take a leisurely lap around the lake before you have to pack up and head back to the real world.