Hilton Garden Inn Idaho Falls
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After leaving Whiskeytown Lake and buying provisions in Redding, California, we continued to follow highway 299 up towards the Oregon border. At sunset, we found another Forest Service campground on the Fall River, where we stayed the night. After sunset, we again heard strange noises from around the camp area. However, this time the source of the sounds was not a mystery-- it was a family of Chipmunks who were intent on stealing whatever they could find! ...
... There is nothing like light in the morning, though, after a night of imagining in the dark. We broke camp and carried on past the upper terrace of the springs to the Norris junction. On the way I spotted a large grizzly walking horizontally to the road high up on a hill. From Norris we went east toward Canyon stopping fora long luxurious brunch at the out of the way Virginia Cascades picnic area. There was a wide expanse behind the tables. I nervously checked the field ...