Hampton Inn Idaho Falls/Airport
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Travel Blogs from Idaho Falls
... from the flat land, but those were the only landmarks. Soon we were on the Fort Hall Indian Reservation, which continued to the town of Blackfoot, where we took our first break. I’d found myself getting kind of sleepy while we rode – the scenery, though pretty enough, was rather monotonous, and we were both a bit tired from yesterday. But the Cokes revived us, and soon we were on the road again.
... They were tracking radio tagged rainbow, cutthroat,and browns mainly to determine how many trout they lose to the irrigation canals.
They grow wheat and hay around these parts, but irrigate through canals, pipes and center pivot rigs. Pretty farm land, much like the rolling hills of the Palouse in Western Washington. They must have gotten a lot of volcanic ...
... to handle the trailer in the wind. While in the car, we have been listening to a John Grisham book called The Racketeer. It is over 12 hours long, so will take us a while. We subscribe to Audible.com, and have downloaded several books for the trip.
This blogsite asks me to name attractions that I saw, but it might be easier to name those that we passed by and did not bother to visit, such as the potato museum or ...
... as always: three young bull moose. These are probably my favorite animals. I have driven thousands of miles to find them. The first was in a zoo in Green Bay, WI. The next was wild in Quebec. There were some in the Bighorns. And here in the Tetons are the world's southernmost moose. They were across the river munching of grass and bothering each other. Their huge antlers seemed to have already lost the velvety coverings. A crows was gathering by the river and a storm was ...
... road is the city of Arco, the first place in the world to have electricity provided by nuclear power. We stopped for Atomic Burgers, just near the 'submarine in the desert'.
In Idaho Falls we walked along the Snake River to see the falls. These were originally rapids but the falls were created with the building of the dam.