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Drove 60 miles in 1.5 hours.
It was a beauitiful drive through the Sawtooth Mts south to Sun Valley. The entire journey, largely downhill, was full of captivating views of the snow capped mountain range.
Arriving at the town of Ketchum around lunch time we took a stroll and found a very cool ski town. It didn't seem like a "make believe" town as there was some fantastic history, a hint of celebrity and 64 ...
I can't tell you what it is about Idaho. And no it is not the Potatoes. Something about Idaho has been calling us for years. There is a show on the National Geographic Channel called Aerial America. A few months ago they had a one hour show on Idaho. Seeing this only added fuel to the fire. Idaho was destined to be a on the itinerary for this trip. Crossing over from Oregon into Idaho the landscape unfolded like an Alpine postcard. It was ...
... channel with currents. We had lunch at the Bigtree Bread Company, then went back to John and Carol's lovely condo to rest up before a hike. We hiked 3.2 mikes round trip up part of Bald Mountain, the Sun Valley ski mountain, to a BLM lookout platform where we had great views of Ketchum and Sun Valley. Afterwards we swam in the condo's pool (or soaked in the hot tub), and had a late dinner made by our wonderful ...
... did we swoon! Bennett had the Lilly, Sophie and Amy had the Mia, and David had the Audrey. That was lunch. Then we went on a mission to float in Great Salt Lake, which was Sophie's one major request for our road trip (or at least the one that was honored - Hollywood was out). We started out for Antelope Island but got lost and decided it was too far and went to Great Salt Lake State Park/Marina instead. It was perfect for what we wanted. ...
We woke early and drove the twenty five miles to the Hells Canyon Dam and Visitor Center which was not open. This again was a beautiful drive and the light was stupendous early in the morning. We did have to backtrack to Cambridge and then began our series of scenic highways on our way to Ketchum for the night. We first went north on 95 to 55 to ...