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We woke up and went out for dunkin doughnuts for about 8 bucks and then went to the local market to stock up on ice, sandwich meat, bread, and ice. We spent a total of 25 bucks then headed out on the road again. We drove for about 4 hours then stopped for gas. We filled up, made ...
... but it was still very interesting. Some of the other hot springs, were deep turquiose blue or vibrant yellow, all of them with mist steaming from the top surface. It was breezy out and as you walked along you were bathed in an alternating hot then cool breeze wafting over you. I can only guess what toxic fumes we were all breathing...maybe thats why the colors were so trippy man, dig? Many of the pics we took i expect to be very abstract swirls of color ...
... made us want to curl up in a ball on the side of the road (and Nadine almost did). It seemed like the end of the day would never come, but we got there, reaching our site at Red Rock Lakes just after 5pm and 57 miles down. It is, as ever, a stunning site. The camp ground is set within a wildlife reserve, next to a huge lake and with 360 degree views of the surrounding mountains, all on a plateau at 6,000 feet. Not many photos today as we were broken, but the ones we did ...
... slight uphill and downhill grades and a speed limit of 80 mph. We had a quick breakfast in Pocatello, ID and continued north to Idaho Falls where we headed east on route 26, a two lane road which follows the Snake River into Wyoming. The landscape slowly changes to wide open grasslands and rolling hills with mountain peaks in the distance. At one point we caught ...
All of the obstacles were pretty easy for me, probably because I was not very scared this time on the course. I have done a lot of ropes courses in the past two years, and I think I have gotten used to the height so I am not as scared. On the other hand, Maeve hadn’t done many ropes courses before, so understandably she was a little nervous when we were in the air. Dad helped Maeve on the obstacles, and all was okay. To get ...