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One of our tires is losing air again on a slow leak. (remember last winter). we thought we had fixed it but not true so I needed to find a place to add some air. We stopped in three places and finally found a place at Dornan's which helped out but not totally.
... Springs and it's a tubing paradise -- that is if you like to tube, get all wet, and scream. Lava Hot Springs was named for the mineral springs that boil out of lava rocks at the base of massive cliffs along the Portneuf River -- geologists believe that the pools have remained at the same temperature (110 degrees) for 50 million years. Many people were in the pools and seemed to be enjoying the 110 degree water -- not me! The Sunken Gardens, built behind the ...
... the region of modern-day southern Peru and extreme northwestern Bolivia between 8000 and 5000 BCE. It provided the principal energy source for the Inca Empire,It has since spread around the world and become a staple crop in many countries and to the U.S. and the revolution of the potato industry. From the original potato planted in Idaho, to the largest potato crisp made by the Pringle’s Company in Jackson, TN. We were intrigued as we ...
... and I had a scoop of Huckelberry Ice cream and a scoop of blackberry and cream cheese ice cream. Yummy. It was warm out, but not hot, so we walked over to Veterns Park sat under the gazebo and enjoyed of delicious treats. Just as we were finishing our ice cream treats I noticed that the museum sign showed 'Open'. We spent about an hour roaming through the displays and listening to the ...
... gathering and camping place for the Shoshone-Bannock Indians.
Plentiful game and Fur bearing animals naturally drew white hunters and traders to the area. The earliest white men known to have visited the region were men of the Missouri Fur Company in 1810, and of John Jacob Astor's Pacific Fur Company who, under Wilson Price Hunt, passed through in 1811. These were soon followed by trappers and traders operating independently, or as members of the ...