BEST WESTERN PLUS Twin Falls Hotel
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... 8217;t pass up the chance to see a nuclear reactor.
Our second stop of the day was Craters of the Moon, and of course the rain fell heavier once we arrived to hike. It was awesome! It’s thousands of year old lava fields that create the landscape in these rippled rocks, collapsed lava tubes, and a few caves. It literally feels like you are on another planet. We traversed down a few caves but they weren’t very large so we were in and out of those ...
Another long stretch to the Montbleu Hotel/ Casino at Lake Tahoe, our stop for the night. Except we don't stop as we booked the sunset tour on Lake Tahoe of course. We feel that it is better than hitting the casino. Choppy seas via a catamaran under sail, lots of wine and laughs as the sun set, all in all a great end to the day.
An early start to head towards Twin Falls in Idaho, an ...
... the 400 foot deep volcanic gorge was only possible by rowboat. In 1919 a two lane high suspension bridge was completed. Originally named for a local pioneer merchant, John Hansen the Hansen Bridge at more than 900 feet long was wide enough to accommodate two lanes of farm wagons or early cars. Today, a trail follows along the canyon rim providing commanding views of Idaho's best know ...
... stood in it! Moments like that get me through the hot, hard parts. As we approached the little town of Buhl, we passed a strange sight. Along our right was an ornate wrought-iron fence, topped with gold spires and set into stone pillars every so often. Very imposing. And on the other side was just a rather dingy pasture. At last we came to a fancy gateway - stone wings sweeping up to a ...
... shallow salt lakes, marshes, and mud flats to evaporate in the dry desert air. Wheeler Peak rises to 13,063 feet, which can be accessed by hiking and driving, but we were unable to reach the peak as the road was closed due to snow. Nevertheless, we were able to travel part way up and enjoy spectacular views of the surrounding valleys. We were able to participate in an hour-and-a-half personally guided, park ...