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... as the partly worn Metzelers I started the trip with are starting to feel a little squirrely.
Scotty also collects the stator and rectifier that he needs for his bike at the same time, but his jinx continues, as Jim, who arrives just as they are finishing off fitting Hattie's tyres, notices that a groove is being worn into the one side of Scotty's bike's rear tyre. Further inspection reveals that it's rubbing on the edge of the seat ...
... of days we shall be entering Canada.
Just had news that Scottys bike needs a new shock and is not safe to ride. So they have had to stay in Salt Lake City for the night. Not sure when we are likely to catch up with them.
had a great evening in the old town of Pocatello. Happy our taxi driver there and back was a real happy nutcase never stopped talking there and back! We go into Portneuf Valley ...
... cold. So sorry about the weather.Despite this we saw some wondrous sights-
-hotpools for bison
-berry eating bears
-the iconic Old Faithful
-and finally the osprey over the falls
We drove out to the Craters of The Moon NP and did a bit of lava ...
... jump the Snake River Canyon in 1974; the launch site for his Skycycle X-2 is less than two miles west of the falls, on the south rim of the canyon.
The 2 mile road down to the falls had several small waterfalls right by the side of the road. It helped to bring the temperature down a bit. It was worth the time and effort to come out here to view this spectacular site.
Then there was dinner, we decided to stop ...
... the "staff" came towards us on the road and said that the ranger told them we couldn't "picnic" at Massacre Rocks (an Idaho State Park), but we could camp. Somewhat surprised, we said, "Fine, we'll have lunch at Register Rocks". We turned around, and went the 300 yards or so back to Register Rocks. We had a lunch of sandwiches, chips, cherries (brought from Yakima), cookies, and soda.
Fully fueled, somewhat ...