La Quinta Inn & Suites Idaho Falls
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... 5:30 pm, so traffic was heavier. As heavy as it probably gets in Idaho Falls! Our “staff” had gotten a motel on the north end of town, and had given good directions, so soon we were at our destination point. The motel had a pool – a slightly green pool – but it was just the right temperature to be pleasant and refreshing after the day’s ride. We had dinner at Famous Dave’s BBQ. I ...
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... for this cross country trip. At first, we planned not to come into Idaho at all because of the fires, but then realized that Sun Valley is on the other side of the state, so traveling in Eastern Idaho would be OK.
We have been staying in touch with brother Tom and nephew Bill every day and it appears as though the brain surgery was a success. Tom is doing well. We keep assuring him that we are on our way.
... moved into the mountains allowing a bright, colorful sunset. We stopped just as the sun set on a hill, all grassy and blowing, with a decomposing ghost house on it. After snapping a few photos we went southwest into the mean streets of Idaho Falls. The city was rough around the edges and run down. There was not a lot of new development. The most striking building was the huge LDS temple on the river. We checked out a hotel we saw ads for, but it was not in good shape at ...