Hilton Garden Inn Idaho Falls
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... Lol seems to be a regular thing at least once on our trips! No big deal, we know where we are going so we can meet up at the other end.
Not much to say about the rest of the drive.... traffic gets better and I pass some familiar spots. .. before long I see the sign for the Idaho Potato museum... hmm mm? Wonder if it's open the is time? Lol long story.. and yes in a previous blog... one of these days ...
... and the roads good with little or no construction. We arrived in Idaho Falls, Tony's birthplace, at 2:45 pm with the Durango's mileage reading 2046 miles.
Dinner at Outback Steakhouse last night then a good movie in the room. Early and long day tomorrow with close to an 8 hour drive through Craters of the Moon State Park to our ...
We crossed into Idaho from Utah this morning. We arrived at the Snake River Park in Idaho Falls around noon. The drive here was again an easy drive. I am just amazed how little traffic there has been on the highways compared to California. Maybe we have just been lucky. Idaho so far is pretty, our drive was through mostly cattle and farm land. The landscape is grassy rolling hills. There is ...
... a couple of other vehicles and lots of open fields, sometimes some cattle in the fields, once in a while a farm house. The entire byway road surface was good, so traveling was smooth and easy, but being careful of the lure of monotony on the road. Eventually we made it to Idaho Falls, our stop for the night. We're staying at a Candlewood Suites right next to the Snake River, so lovely views outside - but chilling winds.
... br> briefing we sat down to pancake stacks and scrambled eggs for breakfast with
ice covering our freezing toes.
That done...it was time to help Kearney unpack and set up
his balloon named 'Kearney’s Mistress’.
It is named for his wife and is the only other thing he is allowed to
spend money on that is not his wife. The first balloon of the event rose
and as per tradition, carried the American flag.