Quality Inn Rexburg
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Pets allowed
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... random rock formations. Kevin loved looking for the old horse corrals just off the freeway. I was drooling over that old wood...just think of the projects I could do with it!
The wind was crazy strong as we were closing in on our exit to start heading east to Rexburg,ID. when Kevin suddenly got a weird text message. “Emergency Alert - Tornado warning in this area. ...
... 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 ...
... with cheese and jalapenos which was exceptional and also had a lacal brew. It was hot and dry outside where we sat and ate while enjoying this human oasis in the desert of Bone, ID.
After this fun lunch, we traveled on gravel roads for another 30 miles to Grays Lake Refuge passing numerous ranches. We passed through the dry hills and entered a lush valley having reached Grays lake. The lake area had been settled by ranchers who use ...
... other than the precipice
-Found a stag elk hanging out in a meadow on the way out of the park
-Stopped a couple of the stores in West Yellowstone that Alex and mom had missed the day before. McDonald's in West Yellowstone does NOT serve Hot Chocolate!
-Bland (in comparison to Yellowstone I guess) drive down from the Park to Rexburg, ID
-Dinner at Mill Hollow for sandwiches
-More pool time at the hotel
Back when I was 15 years old, my best friend Samantha joined the church I belong to. Mike McKinney from the previous blog in Virginia and Matt Alley from this blog, were the missionaries who taught and baptised her. They are great men and I really enjoyed catching up with them and getting to know their families.
Matt drove down from Idaho to Utah to collect us, and at ...