La Quinta Inn & Suites Idaho Falls
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... 8217;s a fundraising ride with 25, 50, or 75 mile loops. Krystina’s friends all ride the 50 mile, so that’s what she rode – after only 6 training rides and on an older mountain bike with crossover tires (a bit less knobby than mountain bike tires)! If you know anything about riding bikes, you’ll know that this kind of bike is heavier and much harder to ride on the road than a road bike. But she rode ...
... Teton Brewery as suggested by Paul and picked up a mixed six.
It's warm, lower the altitude and we climb back to the mid 70s, sweet. Finding this camp spot down a long gravel road was not easy, but if it was easy, everybody would be here.
We met a couple of fish and game guys in a drift boat as we pulled in. They were cooking lunch and Sadie had ...
... records in fast cars. There had been a lot of rain lately and the area was full of water so we couldn't drive on it but we had a good look.
Then we were back in the car heading for Salt Lake City, where we had lunch and saw the very big lake.
After lunch we kept driving to Idaho Falls and as we crossed the border ...
... up out of the ground flowing through colorful bacteria mats to the lake. There are hot springs under the lake's surface here too. We drove south to the last VC and Ana and I listened to a ranger demonstrating the proper use of bear spray. I've had my bannister for three years and so it was good to see his demo spray in action. He was informative and funny. From here we followed the Lewis River south through it's canyons until it disappears into the Snake River. Yellowstone ...
Just a short drive today, about 4 hours, made it to Idaho Falls! Staying at the Snake River campground. We ventured down to the river walk along the snake river, very pretty spot, the drive here was pretty , the landscape changed a little bit as we passed into Idaho, beautiful lush green farm fields, and not as mountainous as Utah. Tomorrow we are venturing to Craters of the Moon, lava ...