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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Then the best part came last… the Indian tunnel. We climbed down a staircase into this massive tunnel that must have once been a vast lava tube. Parts of the tunnel had collapsed so there was plenty of natural light (because we didn’t think to bring flashlights) and it ran about 800 feet before you climbed up and out. Along the way we had to climb up and over large lava rocks where the tube had collapsed making this by far, one of the coolest things we have seen ...
Today, I had planned to start the day touring downtown Twin Falls on foot. However, on arrival it was obvious that there really wasn't much there but a bunch of empty buildings. I think the malls have sucked the life out of the downtown here. Next, we drove down to the river to look into paddle boarding or kayaking on the Snake River. It's a very scenic stretch of river from where ...
We drove about 500 miles back across Nevada and into Idaho....it took about 9 hours including stops. Not much to see along the way.
We are sitting in the RV listening to the USA/Portugal game since we can't get it on TV.
I think we are gonna make a pass through Yellowstone National Park tomorrow.
... s where the US government, particularly the navy do their nuclear development and testing. It also has a nuclear waste treatment facility, where , among other things, the contaminated material from the 3 Mile Island emergency were taken. It also has the first the worlds first breeder reactor, and the first to be used to produce electricity, which is now a historical landmark. We flagged Atomic City - we get it now - and continued on to Craters of the ...
... climb. It was hot, and I'd hoped to take a dip in the river before facing this climb, but the road and river went different directions! So I doused myself with water from a water bottle, and headed up what was a 2-mile decent climb, followed by a more gradual uphill for another 6-7 miles. At one point, we passed a house whose sprinkler was wetting the edge of the road, and I got off my ...