Quality Inn Rexburg
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Pets allowed
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... Moo chocolate milk it was very nice but I really really missed my family seeing all the families together really made me home sick I really miss my little ones. And they did throw me some candy just like she said!
Tonight we went to the fireworks it was just as nice as the parade all the families together just enjoying the day seems like every things just stops and its just family time which is good to see. While we were sitting there you ...
... the Refuge and one couldn't discern them from areas of water.
We visited the small Refuge visitors center where there was information on the Refuge and an overlook area. We drove up and saw a panorama view of the whole valley of wetlands ( not what we would call a lake) as it is almost dried. What rermains is a beautiful place so obviously important to the cranes and ibises it still supports.
We needed to find ...
... as they came up to mix their raspberry lemonades (they were doing a brisk business on those today – go figure). The first question was usually, "Where are you from?" Let’s face it: locals don’t sit at the bar on Sunday.
It never occurred to me that there are banks that don’t have ATM machines. The first bank I found had a machine, but it was out of cash (I soon ...
... hole we'll have to hit sometime when it's not 35 degrees outside.
-Stopped at Fountain Paint Pots. Noticed some buffalo up in the trees. Realized that there were way more than we thought, and we had to mosey out of the way so the buffalo could head out to where they wanted to go. HILARIOUS to watch them skitter across the boardwalk.
-Stopped at Grand Prismatic Spring, but couldn't see anything because there was ...
I am beginning to think that Arby is a sentient being, alive and aware of our feelings and comments. Driving in Montana has been a real challenge, as there is a LOT of weight here, and the struggles to climb the long grades hint at the notion of "maybe we won't make it!!". Joe's been heard to chant "I think I can, I think I can" as he leans forward not only to watch the temperature gauge, ...