Blue Heron Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... road which lead us to a historical
site where the first sulfur was discovered. There was a small pond there that
was very light turquoise almost white full of sulfur.
We arrived at the Bear Lake Refuge and spent a couple of hours riding around looking at wetland birds and noticed how much the wetlands have been compromised by the farming
communities around the area. The refuge was able to use water during the ...
... water outside the migration period so the water is available for other uses (agriculture).
After our short tour of the Refuge, we headed south towards Idaho Falls looking for a campground. The wind had picked up to 35 - 40 mph, the campgrounds were commercia and expensive so we decided to stay in a motel in Idaho Falls. It had been 4 weeks of camping and the thought of a real bed sounded good. We went out forThai food which was good and a ...
... so famous. I like my potatoes to be super celebrities, they go better with catsup that way. Did I ever tell you I actually went to French Fry school at the Potato Institute. The strange life of Aggies, don't you just love it.
Anyway, we headed out of Jackson, where we did not mess around, over the Teton Pass and dropped down that long 10% grade into Victor. We stopped ...
... and then on to Kalispell for the night. Stopped along the way for a few pics of the scenery. Managed to get into a little rainstorm before Kalispell and arrived again at sunset. Great ride and lots of changing scenery, the lake at Kalispell is ...
... for the entire flight so we could buy a snack, but it never happened. After we landed, our first stop was to go pick up our rental car. I had rented a 4x4 SUV since we were told we'd need it for some of the passes around the Jackson Hole and Yellowstone area. Hertz had told me that it would be some sort of Chevy Traverse, but when I got to the lot they had me with a white Ford Explorer 4WD. I actually didn't recognize it as an Explorer because I had ...