Best Western Paradise Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... be treated eventually to be a water reservoir, but online research and other sources say not to drink any water there and birds die when they land on it. Overall, it was not as exciting as it looked online. Afterwards, we drove to our next RV site where we have to turn in early for a packed day of a reactor museum, Craters of the Moon, and Shoshone Ice Caves.
P.S. It has been rainy and 60’s since Wyoming; I can’t wait for that Nevada ...
... end for Bannack. In the late '40’s most of the population had moved on. The post office closed in 1938, the school in the early 1950’s and there was no doctor, no grocery store. What had once been the territorial capital was now becoming a ghost town. Efforts to preserve the town as an historical place were begun and in 1954 the property was donated to the state of Montana. It is now maintained by the Montana Fish, Wildlife and ...
... very nice couple we met yesterday evening just as they pulled out of camp heading on their way to Yellowstone National Park. We had given some to a few children when we were in Monument Valley also. Thanks Ann for the idea!
Pulling out of camp at 9:00 with a temperature of 75, we headed north on I-15. There was a fair amount of smog in the valley which we hated to see because we did have a beautiful morning and this made the sky not so pretty. Shortly after we were on the road ...
... of town.
It's a nice scenic park.
While exploring we found this cute headstone:
The tombstone says: Here lies Les Mor
Shot 4 times with a colt 44
They also have cabins ...
... route. You can see for miles and miles and are at a fairly high elevation (5000'+) and the snowline is not much above the level of the plains. There are warnings about traveling this road at night in the winter and, if it was stormy, I just plain wouldn't want to be on this road. It is so open that blowing snow would be a problem.
From Arco we take 22 North past the Idaho National ...