Hampton Inn Twin Falls Idaho
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Next stop, Bodie Ghost Town. We had to drive 10 miles on a bumpy dirt road. Upon arrival, the California State Park Ranger told us the fee for the six of us was $28 and $2 for a a guide book. She was handed $30. She went to the register, came back to the car then turned around again counting on her fingers. Eventually, she came back and said, "Oh, that's right you gave me $30. That's 28 + 2. I've been in Bodie too long". On our drive in you could tell this was one ...
... or two of the sunset. The sight of the sun setting below the canyon was breathtaking! The Crimson sky that filled the sky added brilliant colours to the fading sky. That was an unplanned and unexpected treat. We would have soaked in more of the scenery if it wasn't for the mosquitos and the fact that it was rather late already. Eagerly waiting to visit the Shoshone Falls tomorrow. Well, we've come to the end of the first day. The route we took traverse varied ...
... town is named for, the twin falls. We had gorgeous weather and took some beautiful pictures of this little touristy park before getting on the road to head to Oregon! Side note…Idaho has more BUGS than anything else – check out the front of our car!!
As I read this entry out loud to my wonderful husband, he wanted me to let you all know that Evel Knievel jumped the falls....very ...
... day (yuk) as we head to Yellowstone (yay)
Most of the travel today will be through Nevada, such towns as Carson city, Reno etc - names we have heard of but never seen. There are casinos everywhere, pokies at all gas stops, stores and streets, they are everywhere. The countryside is dry, hilly,stony ground, very little vegetation. The scenery in other words is bleak. It wasn't even necessary to get the ...
... US Military. Only a few of the original buildings remain. You can certainly get an idea of what life must have been like for the Japanese Americans who were sent here. This was a worthwhile stop. We got back to the KOA about 8:30 pm and had a late dinner. No movie tonight. Just an episode of a HBO series we are watching. This was a great one day stop. I could have spent at least another day ...