Hampton Inn & Suites Mountain Home
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Sunday: Took it a lot more slowly ... 262 miles ... and stopped at most rest stops and view points along the way. Minnie was much happier! The highway followed parts of the Oregon Trail and it's amazing how the pioneers managed to get anywhere when you see the mountain passes they had to cross. I spent the night at a KOA in Mountain Home, Idaho and was able to watch the eclipse of the 'supermoon' from there. Very cool! ...
Early afternoon, we pulled into the Mountain Home RV Park. It is a very clean, and well laid out park that sits on the eastern edge of town. It is near the interstate, but far enough that there is little traffic noise. We were amazed at how long and wide the sites are. ...
... to leave her there for a few hours. I’m kidding; she flew off of that cliff and landed straight into the water! Unfortunately, she lost her sunglasses; good thing they were cheap! She said that her legs were wobbly, and the experience of being underwater was very scary, but she can officially say that she has jumped off a cliff, and that’s definitely something to cross off the bucket list!
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During the course of this segment we both crossed several thresholds. We crossed over from Nevada into Idaho; we entered Mountain Standard Time; and the odometer turned over 1,000 miles. Six days into the trip and time is starting to play it’s usual tricks. On one hand it seems like a long time since we left and on the other, the time is passing very quickly.
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We took off again, and in about ten miles we started seeing farms again. It is amazing how the landscape changes when man “reclaims” (the Government term) the land and can plant and water crops in the desert! Lea caught up to us in the car (having been dispatched on several shopping errands for the morning), and we all met at “Centennial Park” in ...