Days Inn Jerome/Twin Falls
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After a week of gathering and packing and gathering some more, throw in 3 days at the Cummins dealership for a major diesel leak, saying goodbye to our family and friends(sad face), got all of our medical appointments for the year done, we left our house Tuesday, Sept 10th around 4pm. Yes, 4pm!!! Nobody ever can say we move fast!! But today alone, I had my last Dr apt at 9:15, we cleaned the house spick and ...
Happy 9 Months to lovely Taya. Your first year is racing past, but what a special one so far. You are an absolute delight and such a good traveller, we couldn't have asked for more, except a few more hours in bed perhaps.
Also delighted that Taya's godparents have accepted. They are our fabulous friends Michele and Thomas Gerlack and Kate Standing. Lucky little girl with some amazing role models. All such lovely people, great ...
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 ...
... plains. We could see distant mountains’ lining both sides of what we think is the Snake River Valley. It was still VERY windy but the temperature was finally up to a balmy 68 degrees! Our elevation at one point was 3,160 feet.
When we reached the town of Glenn’s Ferry, we stopped to go to Three Island State Park and another Oregon Trail Interpretive Center. Known in later years as Three Island Crossing, the Oregon Trail ...