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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 ...
... Park Service and has been designated as a National Historic Site. Some of the stones from and original guard shack and waiting area are still there. There is a mile and a half trail you can walk to see the compound. There are several informational plaques around. They have also recreated the Honor Roll which is a sign that has the names of the Japanese Americans from the camp who ...
... the road continued straight toward the freeway which had been far off to our right, but a sign said US 30 turned left up Henderson Hill, and we'd thought the hill was called King Hill (a bit of an intimidating name!). But we checked in with Lea, who said Henderson Hill was probably the shorter route, so we turned and started up. It was only about 1 1/2 miles long, and not as steep or ...