Hampton Inn Twin Falls Idaho
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It's day 3 already and today is the drive through enemy territory! Why is that you ask, well if you go back and read the first road trip blog, and a little matter with the Jackpot county highway patrol... it will give you a clue. Camouflaged the S2000 and we can slip by unnoticed! Lol!!! Just kidding, but it does look kind of cool!
We head …
Day 8 started with rain, rain, and more rain, but we didn't let that stop us. Our first destination was to the Experimental Breeder Reactor-1 Museum (EBR-1). It was located in the middle of nowhere, and we weren’t sure we had the right address since we originally thought it was only going to be a 3 hour drive which turned out to be 4. The museum was very cool though, and free, which is always a plus. I guess this was the world’s first nuclear reactor. ...
... as a picture could have been depressing. Stopped at Wannemucca, as you do, for lunch, then on past Carlin where the train stops and the gold rush begins, skipped Battle Mountain to Jackpot, the end of the Nevada line and into Idaho. Jackpot being the last stop was the last casino (or the first coming from the other direction) and was in the middle of nowhere - nothing but casino, who had Joan Jett and the ...
... be able to jump because the wind was already kicking up. I am fascinated that Idaho allows someone to just jump off a bridge. This would never be allowed on the East Coast! I quickly packed up my gear and bolted down the road a couple of miles to the Perrine Bridge. The views of the Snake River Canyon were spectacular. The height of the bridge made my head spin as I ...
... guided tour. We walked into Butch's office and met the receptionist who offered to take our picture in the bill signing room.
Lunch was at OPA/Cazba right down the street from the capitol. Great Lamb Kabob.
On to Twin Falls, Idaho on the Snake River.