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 …
... still out on that one.
The road has only been open a couple of weeks and there was still plenty of snow around. 10000 feet less change
says our guide. Climbing and then down and then climbing and then down -
We had stopped at Mono lake, the site of many movies, including
the famous Jonathan Livingstone Seagull no less (do we care?) but
interesting as the ...
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Just outside of the city is Shoshone Falls which is a waterfall on the river, sometimes called the "Niagara of the West," The falls are 212 feet (64.7 m) high—45 feet (14 m) higher than Niagara Falls—and flows over a rim 1,000 feet (305 m) ...
... everything, over here has Peanut Butter in it. Oh, and let's not forget the very, very, very, salty, orange cheese that is smothered on all food. They even have this cheese on their fries. Whoops, I digressed there for a minute.
Arrived at Twin Falls to find that the RV Park has a Hot tub. Didn't take us long to jump into it. So ...
... today was there is this town called "Jackpot" just before you cross the Nevada/Idaho stateline. Its a small town with a couple of casinos catering to all the gamblers living in Idaho. The parking lots were full and I just love the name of the town.
Staying at this 3 star hotel tonight. The outside smells of cow dung but super fresh I guess. Not a bad place and one of the few hotels where the business center is completely free to use.
An exhausted Ollie, out.
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