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... nice one it had a lot of tractors, horses,wagons but the one thing that struck me was how patriotic everyone was when the Honor Guard passed by everyone took there hats off and placed their hand on there heart even the little children. Gary heard the little children saying the pledge in front of us it was so nice to see that. Before the parade started Boy Scouts sold water and pop which was nice, it was a warm day and during the parade a dairy gave ...
... for farming and have converted most lake areas for their purpose. The remaining area of the lake are wetlands managed by FWS for nesting areas for Sandhill Cranes and white face Ibis.
Ruby noticed Sandhill Cranes as soon as we reached Refuge lands and we stopped for photos. The cranes where in the fields of Cammasia, a blue flowering bulb that Ruby had planted for years at the Harraseeket Inn.
There where fields of ...
... They are apparently still enforced in parts of Idaho. I really don’t have a problem with it – I like the idea of slowing down on Sunday. I just wish I’d known on Saturday!
I ended up at Applebee’s for lunch, and thought it odd when I was the only one sitting at the bar (the bar without a bartender). I soon learned why: no alcohol sales on Sundays. It was fun to meet ...
... the same meadow. Samantha didn't want to get out near the beasties.
-Dad spotted some elk at the far end of the meadow in the binoculars, including a 10 or 12 point buck. Walking out to point that out to mom, we all heard an amazing trumpet from the male elk, calling the stragglers from the meadow to follow the herd up the hill.
-Drove along the Firehole River and got some pictures near a waterfall. There's a ...
... explain why; well we normally try to leave by 10 am but we didn't start packing until around noon. During that time a new camper rolled in and we noticed him watching us and right as we were getting on our bikes he stopped us to talk about our trip and asked if we were interested in getting a job with a company called Leave No Trace. He went on to tell us that his daughter ...