Inn At Owl Hollow

Address: 1201 Neibaur Mountain Road, Bancroft, Idaho, 83217 , United States | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on 1201 Neibaur Mountain Road, Bancroft, is near Lava Hot Springs Inn and Spa and Chesterfield Townsite.
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    Travel Blogs from Bancroft

    P... P... Pocatello

    A travel blog entry by alanxtz on Jun 11, 2015

    11 photos

    ... 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 ...

    Day 1 - Bumpy Road

    A travel blog entry by alicia-jake on Jun 01, 2015

    9 photos

    ... 30pm we got back on the road with a spare and made our way to our campsite - weary but glad to be settled. A glass of wine was in order.....

    Day one lessons learned:
    Always wear clean underwear :)
    Always travel with duct tape and a bottle of wine :)
    Freaking out does solve anything - just breathe and make a plan
    #pickup your crazy heart and give it one more try
    ...

    Hot Lava Hot Springs

    A travel blog entry by pndcadena on Aug 01, 2014

    107 photos

    ... Holladay's stage station on Spring Creek, the original site became lost except to a sprinkling of survivors of the Oregon Trail and trapping days. In the , early summer of 1906 residents along the old Oregon Trail were surprised to see a covered wagon complete in every detail-even to the oxen-plodding eastward. Guiding this outfit was white-haired and bearded 75-year-old Ezra Meeker, who had traveled the trail to Oregon in 2852. His purpose was to map the trail, ...

    Out on the Open Road

    A travel blog entry by dna5758 on Jun 29, 2014

    22 photos

    "Out on the open road, with his elbow in the breeze... he pulled his woman to him, and gave her heart a squeeze. With the song that they'd been singin', they'd wave to the people that they passed. All along the highway they went a-wingin'; headed for their paradise [Pocatello] at last!" (from the Paul Stookey song "John Henry Bosworth").

    We awoke about 7:45 after a somewhat restless night - too much excitement ...

    Stage 12 - The End of the Beginning

    A travel blog entry by dna5758 on Jun 18, 2013

    1 comment, 9 photos

    ... sugar beets, and some crops we couldn't identify. It is all there because of irrigation canals that bring water to what would otherwise be arid desert.


    We rode up to newly baled hay field where a hawk was hanging in the wind hoping to snag a field mouse. But then we saw that the entire field was full of hawks! Alternately rising and landing they were all ...