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... I visited Lava Hot Springs.
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 ...
... the most important new food in the 19th century was the potato, which had three major advantages over other foods for the consumer: its lower rate of spoilage, its bulk (which easily satisfied hunger), and its cheapness. By 1845 it occupied one-third of Irish arable land. A single acre of potatoes and the milk of a single cow was enough to feed a whole Irish family a monotonous but nutritionally adequate diet for a healthy, vigorous (and ...
... the way. After covering about 1/2 of the tour we called it quits. Headed back to our room. We stopped at the local market and picked up an onion, tomato, and a small container of ice cream to go with our dinner.
On returning to our room I fixed ground sirloin steak with aute onions, sliced tomato, mashed potatoes, French bread, and baby peas. Good dinner. Dave washed the dirty ...
... the Snake River country.
In the early 1830's a young businessman of New England named Nathaniel Jarvis Wyeth become interested in the trade possibilities of the Pacific Northwest. In 1832 he visited the annual get-together of trappers, traders, and Indians known as the Rendezvous. He participated in the battle of Pierre's Hole. There he made an agreement with representatives of the Rocky Mountain Fur Company to bring $3,000 worth of trade goods for them ...