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Today was a full day of drive as will be tomorrow. The drive wasn't that bad. The temps are greeting cooler especially coming out of 106 degree Vegas. Overall the drive is mountains and the roads we drove today were major highways. We pasted a lot of small small small town areas. I will never complain about Lake Placid being small. It at least has …
... not sure why, but its done), I got the bills paid for the month (boring),Honey prepped the coach, checked, double checked and triple checked it all for safe travels (those who know him understand this about him), we found a home for a stray kitty that adopted us and our front porch chair 3 days before we were leaving, hit the grocery story, fuel stop and finally.. on the road. By then it was now 6pm. ...
... to us and some of the best parents we know. Oh, and they all have twins so one little girl should be a doddle for them.
On the road today, part one of our epic journey from Yellowstone to Lake Tahoe. After many times trying we eventually hit our goal to be on the road by 7.30am. After Taya's nap we have finally found a decent radio station that doesn't just play country music, so we crank up the tunes on the party bus. Everyone ...
On Friday we drove from Salt Lake to Twin Falls, Idaho. We stopped at the Twin Falls/Jerome KOA located between these two cities. This was a one night stop so we wanted to get in as much as we could. About 4:00 pm we drove to the Snake River and the Perrine Bridge a few miles away. This bridge is about 480 miles high and is the only bridge in the US where you can legally BASE jump. We ...
... as the route map had made it look. Up on top, we rode along the plateau. Again, sagebrush and cheatgrass made up most of the growth along the route. But it was quiet and peaceful, and we did see a jackrabbit bounding off through the sage. And a rather funny sign.
We approached the freeway again as we neared the little town of Bliss. And it did bring some bliss for us - there was ...