Hampton Inn Twin Falls Idaho
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not stayed there yet, when we do then I will leave a review
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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 …
- we woke up the next day and traveled 221 miles to Twin Falls, ID
- We filled up the gas tank but our car wouldn't start. We were so scared, we never have been around cars so we had no idea what was wrong. Luckily, we have made a lot of money selling our merchandise so we took the van to the local mechanic, he diagnosed it with low oil and dead battery. So we spent $300 for an oil change and a battery. soon we were back on the road. ...
... cave until we came to a sign that read to not go any further and a large wooden beam blocking the path. We consulted for a brief minute and decided it was in our best interest to climb over the beam and keep going. The smooth path turned into a rocky one and we walked until it became too small for us to continue. Mind you we got there at about 5:30 and the place closed at 6, so Diana was afraid he was going to lock us in there if we didn’t get back in time. Even ...
... begin the 2014 FEI WEG Games! Let the fun begin!
I hope we don't bore you with these minor details, but thinking aloud and documenting them is our way of journaling this experience, and as you can see, memories of my youth. Tune out if it bores ya! Better yet, ride along, and laugh at what's to come, because as many of you know, I tend to roll along the non-conforming path sometimes!
We continued east following Interstate 84 and turned off on Route 30 for a scenic drive along the Snake River to Twin Falls. The Snake is a major river of the greater Pacific Northwest at 1,078 miles (1,735 km) long, it is the largest tributary of the Columbia River, the largest North ...