Hampton Inn Idaho Falls/Airport
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In Shelley, at just over 40 miles, we took our 2nd break, sharing an ice cream "blizzard" at an Arctic Circle. It was really good! On the way out of town we saw a daycare with a name you could only use in Idaho: Tater Tots Academy. We pushed on the last 7 miles to Idaho Falls, still averaging about 15 mph. Riding through the city was a little hairy – there wasn’t a bike lane, and ...
... of years ago, from Yellowstone no doubt.
We finally connected with Meg Lowell Sommers by phone, of course it was all about the limited cell service and Meg working the park when it opened. We caught up and I promised to give her more warning next time.
Beautiful night tonight. We did even need the rain fly, not a cloud in the sky. We will be seeing stars ...
... LDS Temple. We also have not visited any fast food restaurants yet, but one might be in our future. We drove by the Idaho Falls on the Snake River and they seem to have a lot of water, but maybe that is only because it was raining quite hard today. Tomorrow, we will head into Montana, but do not plan to go to Yellowstone National Park or the Tetons. We have been to both parks quite a few times, so they are not on ...
... With a storm coming in, it would take ALL of my concentration watching each gauge and responding accordingly. We went up into the pass, driving by ski slopes. The rain hit hard at this point, but I trudged on and went slow. Slow and steadyn won the race again. We made it across the pass into Idaho. Idaho Is beautiful here near Victor, which was dark since the downdraft from the storm knocked the electric poles out of service. Fortunately the darkness didn't last because ...
We wanted to see the salt flats but we were wrong
in thinking they were anywhere close to Salk Lake City. There is a big salt
lake near the city which sometimes dries out into salt flats but the one we
wanted to see was over three hours away. It was a very strange drive to get
there, all there was around us was salt and ...