BEST WESTERN Foothills Inn
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... is the "Hagerman Horse" that typifies the fossil quality from the period 3.5 million years ago -- in fact, some 120 horse skulls and 20 complete skeletons have been excavated. Then I drove through the Thousand Springs area, where waters from the Snake River Plain aquifer tumble down from the Snake River Canyon walls -- everywhere you look there are waterfalls. Then on to three interesting state parks -- ...
... in Boise for some supplies, but other than that, it was a driving day, and now it will get interesting. We'll pass through Utah, northern Oklahoma, etc. No photos today since it's just the road, and who cares about seeing another road? Sorry. But at least we figured out how to secure that dang solar blanket.
... hour at the Museum/Interpretive center and it was really interesting and very well put together (very professional interactive/hands on)
Next we headed out about a mile out of town to see the wagon wheel ruts/marks that still remain on the nearby hillsides. Since this is virtually desert in Idaho the tracks survive to this day nearly 150 years on...which I thought was really quite remarkable.
Well you might wonder why I'm calling this stop reality check. I was really at a loss so I ask Brian and this was his suggestion. He said it should make us appreciate the other great places we have been. You see, we stayed at Mountain Home KOA in Idaho, and what can I say but,we haven't experienced any other one like it. The hosts were friendly but the grounds were not well kept. It was in the middle of a residential area that you might refer to as "the hood". I ...
... a turn on the way back and was “lost” on Idaho Route 51. She was turned around and coming back and we would meet her in Hammett, a few miles ahead. By this time, Ann and I had decided that since we had a room waiting for us in Glenn’s Ferry we would just as soon ride all the way there, and then start directly from the motel in the morning, rather than drive back to some spot in the road where we ...