Enders Hotel & Museum
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Frisbee golf needs a frisbee, and some baskets with chains on them. You have to start at the tee, which is a sandpit with Grass, and you throw the frisbee to the basket. You count he number of throws it takes to get to the basket. Whoever gets the lowest number wins. We played frisbee golf at the playground, and found a geocache in a ...
We had an overnight stay near Soda Springs, Idaho, at a small county park which broke up the 300 mile remaining journey. No hookups. just a clean bathroom. We began to relax and enjoy. All around this area are huge Potash mining operations running 24/7 amongst the lakes ...
... 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 ...
... the mountain rivers of West Virginia,
I felt that we could handle this float trip open to adventures of all ages.
Not quite that simple! With tubes shouldered, we fell in with the parade of other
tubers marching back to the upper end of the ride. Still not at all sure of where
to start from we simply followed along, like lemmings. Maybe
falling in behind a group of tattooed skateboarders would have been smarter than
following the ...
... 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 ...