Dempsey Creek Lodge
Travel Blogs from Lava Hot Springs
... heavy things, our backs needed some tender loving care. We each nurtured ourselves with chiropractic appointments before we left Jackson. Thank God for good chiropractors! They of course reminded us both that we are not 22 yrs. old and should be more aware of our backs and other various body parts. I think I will remember in the future to be more careful. It's so miraculous how with a little help our bodies can heal themselves. Fortunately for us nothing ...
... of traffic with drivers swerving in and out. The speed limit was 65 (we've never seen that high in a downtown area) and drivers were going faster than that. Bren was driving and we both were nervous. Well, we made it through safely and will never return ...
... Office Buildings hoch, wo wir einen herrlichen Blick aufs Capitol (übrigens sehr ähnlich zum Capitol in Washington DC) und den Tempel + Tabernakel bekommen.
Den Mittag verbringen wir bei Red Lobster (ich liiiiiieeeeeebe diese Biscuits!!!) in Layton und fahren dann zum ...
... Soda Springs. I understand that they bottled the water for use in carbonated drinks at the turn of the last century though I can
not find any information on this.
You can however, get lots of information on the town's current claim to fame,
a man made geyser, shooting one-hundred feet into the air every hour on the hour,
Goto Wikipedia, Soda Springs, Idaho. At
the bottom of the article link to Soda Springs Library, select ...
... What a find! At 6124' of elevation and 1800 surface
acres of blue water streaked green, with water plants growing up from
the bottom some twenty feet below, the mountains weathered to a
rounded softness, green to brown, it looks just plain beautiful. When
you factor in the the white pelicans flying over the lake in
formation, the western grebes running atop the water, the large
flights of sandhill cranes crossing over in the evening, back to
Grays Lake NWR ...