La Quinta Inn & Suites Twin Falls
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Captain Spaulding’s Museum of Monsters & Madmen then you can picture what it was like but just imagine a bigger version.
After that freak show we hightailed it to the KOA Campground, where if you step outside it smells like cow dung on the account of a farm being across the street. In a bit of good news, we finally got cell phone service! I doubt it will last once we leave the Twin Falls city limits but it was funny to see nonetheless.
Until next ...
... the whole place, little streams winding though the campsite and I'm close to the waterfalls because I can here them when I get out of the car.
... both glad to get out into the warmth.
We then headed further north to the Craters of the Moon National Monument. It took us about an hour to get to the main park, but most of the way, there was lava craters everywhere.
What got me, was how black it all was. The bitumen road, the edges of the road and all the lava, was black. There was a little bit of green thrown in and also ...
... everything, over here has Peanut Butter in it. Oh, and let's not forget the very, very, very, salty, orange cheese that is smothered on all food. They even have this cheese on their fries. Whoops, I digressed there for a minute.
Arrived at Twin Falls to find that the RV Park has a Hot tub. Didn't take us long to jump into it. So ...
... and jobs, to be interned at this and other military holding camps--constituting the single largest forced relocation in U.S. history.
Craters of the Moon National Monument and Preserve, Arco, Idaho. "The surface of the moon as seen through a telescope" is how geologist Harold T Stearns described this area in 1923. In 1924 President Coolidge used the 1906 Antiquities Act to proclaim the 750,000-acre ...