Enders Hotel & Museum
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We were traveling from one small town to the next, some of which barely had enough residents for it to be considered a "town" back east. As we exited Montpelier, I noticed what appeared to be an old abandoned church. Of course, as I have noted before, I enjoy photographing old buildings. So we quickly pulled to the side of the road and I snapped a few photos of this church ...
We slept late this morning and awoke to a beautiful blue sky day so we headed to the downtown and just walked around and took a few last pictures. Just as we got back to our car it started raining again so we went back to our room. Listening to the TV they were talking about lots of rain and flashfloods. Since we are not totally familiar with all the street names in ...
... geyser was released. After running for weeks, and flooding the downtown area, it was capped and manually released when requested as a tourist attraction. Now it is let loose every hour on the hour by a timed release valve. Its height and volume has not decreased after many years. There are viewing platforms at either end of the travertine mound where the Geyser erupts. Interpretive signs are located on the platforms explaining ...
... the Caribou Forrest. Didn't spot any caribou, but it was a beautiful drive.
Google knew what is was doing and eventually got us safely to Salt Lake City where the girls catch an early flight back home tomorrow. We had a fun dinner at Winger's Roadhouse! They served us fried twinkies as a complimentary dessert!
We are sad the girls have to leave in the morning, but are so very grateful we had a week together as a complete Smitty ...
... scrape of skin off my shin! After returning
our tubes we made our way to a hot pool for some soaking with the air
temperature hovering around ninety degrees! Still it felt good! If
there was any lesson learned here it is to be sure that any future
river ride must be labeled “ LAZY RIVER”.
We spent the night just off
Main Street, camped with all utilities including cable! All-in-all, a stop
we will remember. Sorry that ...