Mountain Home Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Travel Blogs from Mountain Home
Sunday: Took it a lot more slowly ... 262 miles ... and stopped at most rest stops and view points along the way. Minnie was much happier! The highway followed parts of the Oregon Trail and it's amazing how the pioneers managed to get anywhere when you see the mountain passes they had to cross. I spent the night at a KOA in Mountain Home, Idaho and was able to watch the eclipse of the 'supermoon' from there. Very cool! ...
... have easily gotten a second rig on our site behind our coach and still leave the Jeep attached. Each site is on a cement pad with nice grass between sites. For those running with another couple or couples, they have sites that have a common cement area between sites. ...
... to get any pictures because Evie’s underwater camera wasn’t working. After we finished rafting, we checked out the gift shop. One of the guides took pictures along the ride, and we liked a few, but at $15 a pop, we couldn’t justify getting too many. We purchased a nice frame and the best picture.
We had dinner at a place literally 15 feet from our hotel in Mountain Home, Idaho. We ate at AJ’s Restaurant ...
... of Glenns Ferry, once a home to a potato processing plant it was more of a bustling place but once the company left nearly 200 jobs were lost which is pretty devastating for such a small town...but the towns people with great pride in their town made improvements to the street (street lights, brick lined sidewalks, wagon wheel benches) out of their own pockets. She herself and others opening businesses ...
... for lunch, having logged about 40 miles. We drank lots of Coke and water with lunch (sandwiches, chips and the last of the watermelon) sitting in the shade of a nice picnic shelter. We refilled our water bottles (again), reapplied sunscreen, and then ventured back into the sun, directing Lea to Glenn’s Ferry to find a motel. We weren’t sure we could make it that far, but there wasn’t going to be ...