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Yellowstone to Portland (OR): Go through Washington or Idaho?

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We are facing a nice dilemma for an upcoming Summer trip (last week of June- 4th of July 2011). We want to drive from Yellowstone National Park to Portland, Oregon. There are two almost equal loops (time-wise) to get to Portland; the North loop goes through Washinton State (Spokane, etc....). The South Loop takes on Idaho (Pocatello, Twin Falls, etc....).

Which one would you take/taken? Why?

If I was to declare a bias right now, I would be biased to the North only only because we drove portions of the the south loop some years back.

Help please!!

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