La Quinta Inn & Suites Idaho Falls
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... mine resting behind a restaurant in Spencer, Idaho. It was a bit surprising to see that it was so congested high up on the rock pile; a few amateur miners were hardcore about it: come close and they’d give a go-to-hell look at you, another guy threw his pack onto a place beside him so we wouldn’t get to it before he did. Laughable. Out in the field the temperature spiked under the sun, in the heat everyone cast stylized, German Expressionist shadows that dwarfed their ...
... lots of potatoes in Idaho, if you didn’t know that already! We passed miles of potato fields, alternating occasionally with fields of hay. Sometimes a farm had an old potato shed – a long building with sod built up around the walls and over the roof so it looked like an odd-shaped hill with a door in the end. I hate to say it, but that was the most exciting thing we saw. As I said, the land was pretty and pastoral, ...
... so famous. I like my potatoes to be super celebrities, they go better with catsup that way. Did I ever tell you I actually went to French Fry school at the Potato Institute. The strange life of Aggies, don't you just love it.
Anyway, we headed out of Jackson, where we did not mess around, over the Teton Pass and dropped down that long 10% grade into Victor. We stopped ...
... 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 ...
... and down Sheridan and around the city. Eventually we went for droves around the Great Lakes and then the South. We are still driving together, all the way across the continent now. And these two kids are the result. We wanted that Beatles song to be our wedding song, but the DJ at the last minute said he didn't have it. It goes: "Two of us driving... On our way back home... You and me have memories longer than the road before us..." I never thought about it, but this is what ...