Fairfield Inn Idaho Falls
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So I didn't lie for the title of my first entry. On the first day we went the farthest in miles - 544 miles. Today we went the longest in hours - 10 hours! That is a lot of time in the car. The scenery was beautiful in the mountains and along the river valley. It is nice that the view is different each time we have a long day of driving. Since we …
- I've been driving a lot, so i decided to stop for a relaxation time.
- The falls were really nice, and i had fun.
- My camera died, so i just had chance to take a couple of pictures.
- Stopped at a gas station to get ice for the chest.
- Ice: -$4
- Food for later: -$10
- food all day: -$22 ...
... how much I am eating for dinner so far on this ride! That is why we never lose weight riding bikes – we burn so many calories, we just figure we can eat anything we want, and plenty of it- so we do!
I realized I had left my jewelry at Ken’s house. It wasn’t anything valuable, but was my bicycle earrings and necklace, and was the only jewelry I had brought on the ride. When I called him, I asked him ...
We had the all you can eat pancake breakfast at the campground. We took Chuckie to get groomed. After picking him up we went for a bike ride along the Snake River. This is another beautiful river with walk and bike paths that make it very easy to explore and many park settings along the path. The city has created a hydroelectric project on the river. The Idaho ...
... moved into the mountains allowing a bright, colorful sunset. We stopped just as the sun set on a hill, all grassy and blowing, with a decomposing ghost house on it. After snapping a few photos we went southwest into the mean streets of Idaho Falls. The city was rough around the edges and run down. There was not a lot of new development. The most striking building was the huge LDS temple on the river. We checked out a hotel we saw ads for, but it was not in good shape at ...