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Travel Blogs from Pocatello

Out on the Open Road

A travel blog entry by dna5758


... fine gravel, sand, and potholes. With the wind pushing us we continued at about 15-18 mph, which wasn't always comfortable with weaving all over the road to avoid the poor paving and potholes. In about two miles, we hit an I-86 interchange (Arbon Valley Road) and were able to cross the freeway to better frontage road on the south side. We flew along at over 20 mph into Pocatello, where the wind swirled a bit and we ...

Back in the Not-So-Temperate Zone

A travel blog entry by ralphieboyo


We've been moving relatively quickly north, over the last few days, so quickly that we've already reached the rain. This is the first significant moisture we've seen since the "Blizzard of Ogden" we experienced just about a month ago. We're back at the Buffalo Meadows RV Park on the Shoshone Bannock tribal Reservation. It's a very nice spot and we like it.

We arrived and got set up easily and went into the casino to register. Lynn ...

Are we going in the right direction??

A travel blog entry by ralphieboyo


... experience, for sure. But survive we did.

Not being of "flatlander" stock, we didn't appreciate the Wyoming-rated breeze, but I guess that doesn't have much to do with it. Fiona handles well, even with Sooby tracking closely in her tire tracks. I could go on, as I usually do, but it's been a long day...

Thanks for stopping by and visiting with us. I hope to have pictures soon for you to check out. See you soon...

Day 43 - Trilobites

A travel blog entry by wanvigdot


... time. We even saw wild horses, one of the galloping wild: beautiful.

U- Dig Fossil is a private property with naturally formed mounts of shale mineral. For a fee, they give you a pic hammer and a bucket and you can spend the time you need looking for trilobite fossils. It is not just a place for kids, no. We saw one guy who had his own digging equipment, a couple of families and also a nice old man who said ...

We have the whole place to ourselves

A travel blog entry by dolsontravels


... so good in that city, so we ended up here in Pocotello. This campground is off I 86 about 25 miles south of Idaho Falls and sits on the side of the Batise River. Not too bad of a place and we are the only people here, which is the first time we have ever had a whole campground to ourselves. We will be in Wyoming tomorrow and are looking forward to seeing the Tetons. ...


This B&B, located on 620 S 8th Ave, Pocatello, is near Museum of Natural History, Old Town, Fort Hall Replica, and Trinity Episcopal Church.
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