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... the Caribou Forrest. Didn't spot any caribou, but it was a beautiful drive.
Google knew what is was doing and eventually got us safely to Salt Lake City where the girls catch an early flight back home tomorrow. We had a fun dinner at Winger's Roadhouse! They served us fried twinkies as a complimentary dessert!
We are sad the girls have to leave in the morning, but are so very grateful we had a week together as a complete Smitty ...
... feel tired. Ken was working, so we stopped in at the fire station and visited him for half an hour before riding to the house. Talyn was waiting outside, and was so happy to see us! We spent a wonderful evening playing with him - he's a good Uno player, but, like his daddy (and grandpa), doesn't like to lose!
Tomorrow we head into "virgin" territory for us - a new road. Thanks be to God for a glorious first day.
Today was a really short drive, only 3 hours from Green River to Pocatello. We crossed another state border into Idaho, and had a mix of hills, mountains and plains to keep us entertained! We arrived in Pocatello just after lunch time, and found out there was a shopping mall about 10 mins away. After spending not too much money (but coming back with a lot of bags!) we went back to the hotel to repack our cases for the next ...
October 12-17, 2012 Adios Jackson Hole, we are off to Lava Hot Springs in Southern Idaho. SWEET! Jim and I love hot springs and Lava has several to choose from. We decide to stay at a nice clean motel across the street from the state run springs which has 5 pools ranging from 102 degrees to about 109. After soaking for a few hours we have a delicious Thai meal at our favorite local Thai restaurant. We needed to soak BADLY. Helping our friends move boxes ...
Thoroughly fed up with the cold weather we ditched our plan to freeze in South Dakota to see Mount Rushmore and instead headed for some natural hot springs in Idaho. It was a cute little town call Lava Hot Springs, their main street was only about 300 yards long and there was never anyone around. We checked ourselves into a nice campsite which was right beside a little ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAura Soma Lava Lava Hot Springs
We enjoyed one night here and were pleased with the camping area. Small,4 sites, all utilities plus cable,in the middle of the downtown area, walk to all attractions. Parking on green grass and level no problem for our 26' class C. If ever the chance, we would stay there again. Would suggest calling ahead, if no space available try Riverside Campground in same town.
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