La Quinta Inn & Suites Idaho Falls
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For dinner tonight we went to a restaurant named Jakers. It was very good again! We pre-celebrated Paul's birthday tonight with a cinnamon roll sundae. It was a great change from the usual hot fudge sundae.
Tomorrow we start again in the national parks- Grand Tetons and Yellowstone for the next 3 days. Get ready for some great pictures!
... lots of cheddar cheese and natural yogurt, natural yogurt and cheddar cheese.Require a calcium mineral supplement when you are not able to accept lactose. You will start to notice brighter pearly whites and also you are unlikely to build up teeth cavities. There are certain types of meals vital to very good dental health.Nuts also include lots of calcium plus they include healthful fatty acids. Meat has proteins which your gum area need. ...
... later than predicted this time... but we wait for the show, Sara can't be this close and not see the iconic geyser blast into the air. OK, we check that off the list and head back into the park. The steam directs us to the attractions of the park, a colorful hot spring pool, a large hot spring that flows down into the stream below and more geysers. The colors in the chromatic hot pool are the result of the different bacteria that live in the varying water temperatures. As ...
... 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 ...
... Beaver, UT & Idaho Falls, ID!! We are beginning to see that a MH is much more expensive to maintain than a 5th wheel & truck. The bill for the steps was over $500.00, but thank goodness it was covered under our extended warranty. We only paid the $200.00 deductible.
Another little twist in this story, the young lady who checked me in at this RV park graduated from Bisbee HS in ...