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It's been a few years since we have seen (Charlie/Dave) cousin Sue. We were so happy for the chance to visit her and husband Rod at their home in Twin Falls. Had a blast. Great time, great food( Sue you outdid yourself), especially with that jalapeño pepper relish you make. We got to see some of the sites around the city. Notably the base jumpers from the bridge. The only bridge you can jump off anytime you want. These people are nuts. We also got to ...
... It's practically nobody's land from Baker City to Ontario and that's about 50 miles of in-inhabited land. Going to take over rather wheels now. 10:10pm Finally arrived at the hotel. The final leg of journey through Idaho was also scenic, especially after we pass Boise, one of the main cities of the state. As we entered the state, I was surprised to see that the speed limit is 80mph. But I later realised why. After passing Boise, the landscape and terrain ...
... to where you go under the Perrin Bridge. However, when we arrived we could find no one and later learned that they don't open until noon. We didn't want to wait over an hour so decided to pass on that idea. Strike two! Instead we went to the mall to do a bit more shopping. Emma found a nice pair of shoes for school, Jaden a pair of pants and both boys found a nice t-shirt. We then ...
... still out on that one.
The road has only been open a couple of weeks and there was still plenty of snow around. 10000 feet less change
says our guide. Climbing and then down and then climbing and then down -
We had stopped at Mono lake, the site of many movies, including
the famous Jonathan Livingstone Seagull no less (do we care?) but
interesting as the ...
We slept in today! It was nice to sleep in, after many days of being up early to get a jump on the day. Our agenda today was to get to Twin Falls, Idaho. Lanton worked, while I drove today. Our big stop was stopping in Boise to pick up groceries for dinner and lunches while we are in Yellowstone.
The one thing we discovered today, is that there is not much in the Central ...