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... the Rangers.We hope we have left the rain behind here in bucolic Idaho,mostly we have been spoiled with great weather on this trip so far.
We feel like we are just getting into the swing of this lifestyle and it is almost time to come home- that went quickly!
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... suppose to leave for Virginia City on Friday but talked about leaving Thursday instead, depending on the weather. If tomorrow as predicted by the weather forcast is right, we didn't want to sit around and do nothing again for a second day.
I looked at the proposed route, it was going north of Salt Lake and I looked at a 2nd option going through ...
... that French Fries were invented by street vendors on the Pont Neuf bridge in Paris in 1789, just before the outbreak of the French revolution. Americans attribute the dish to France and offer as evidence a notation by U.S. President Thomas Jefferson. "Pommes de terre frites à cru, en petites tranches" ("Potatoes deep-fried while raw, in small slices") in a manuscript in Thomas Jefferson's hand (circa 1801–1809) and the recipe almost ...
Up around 8:30 and I fixed breakfast, bacon, eggs, bananas with coffee and toast. We decided to take the day off from sightseeing and just do nothing.
Around 3:30pm I showered and got ready to go to the Baker Ranch for the evening.
We spent the evening with new friends while enjoying the cool, refreshing mountain air of the majestic Rocky Mountains in Lava Hot Springs! The awe-inspiring wagon ride, delicious food and memories will never ...
... finished the log structure. The next morning, August 5, he raised a homemade United States flag, saluted it with a salvo of guns, and thus, as the result of a broken agreement, Fort Hall came into existence, an event whose historical significance cannot be overrated.
On July 27, while Fort Hall was under construction, Reverend Jason Lee gave a sermon, a missionary who was traveling with the Wyeth party on his way to Oregon. This was the first ...