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... around. We started at the visitor centre which is also the official view point for the Wyoming Elk Reserve. Every year the 5000 or so elk that summer up in the surrounding hills migrate down here where Park Rangers ensure there is enough food for them to eat. We tried to find a cowboy hat for Amanda without much success, and Matt's head is apparently too big even for the extra large sizes! Maybe we'll ...
Arrived at Jerome, ID which is just outside of Twin Falls, ID around 7 PM.
Jerome, ID is a small town with a cheese factory and because of the surrounding dairies smells like cow poop.
Can't wait to be on our way to Vegas in the morning.
... we have approximately 7 months 29 days left for those kind of days, right?!? Tomorrow..our goal....to get out of Idaho!!!!
Uh Oh: (our life seems to be filled with a lot of Uh oh's, mostly by me I'll admit, so I thought I would have a little feature of my daily uh ohs in each blog.)
1 broken drinking glass- (honey is a plastic snob and wanted glass, yes glass, for our dishware and such. ...
... National Park, but have needed to be removed. It's a drive through safari park. We not only see bears and the other animals we have seen in Yellowstone, but also wolves and a moose, which we weren't lucky enough to spot. We don't make the most of everything it has to offer, but it's a welcome break, and lovely to see the bears up so close. Both Dylan and Taya enjoy watching them through the window. Dylan's stock response to most ...
... about the falls is Dierkes Lake. This appears to be where the locals swim, fish and boat, etc. I recently read a book called Hotel at the Corner of Bitter and Sweet, which refers to the internment camp called Minidoka. It turns out this is in a place called Hunt that was nearby. We drove out to the sight. It is not well marked and a little bit hard to find. The land is now owned by ...