Mountain Home Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... farms -- the manure piles are as high as the baled hay and straw piles! Visited the Hagerman Fossil Beds National Park which holds some of the richest fossil deposits in the world -- there are actual fossils at the Park Visitors Center Museum, but at the monument all you can see are the bluffs and sediment layers above the Snake River where scientists have excavated over 200 species of animals and plants. The ...
... that's why Idaho is called the "Potato State". These fields all have gigantic irrigation systems which seem to be operating continuously. The Three Island Crossing State Park, where we're staying, is another beautiful "oasis in the desert" park -- even more lush than the last one. You do have to watch out for their elaborate sprinkling system; however, it does feel good on a very ...
... ones) and put on some sunblock because the sun was brutal. We, along with 30+ other people, loaded onto a bus and road up to the top of the river. Then, we put on our smelly lifejackets and helmets and set sail on the raft. I had never been white water rafting, but Evie had been a few times. We were on the raft with a family of four and our guide, Parker. The water was calm at first, and it was very chilly. Of course, the sun decided to ...
... Janice kicked him under the table...perhaps he said too much? :) Janice herself had been invited abroad (Ireland etc.) in years past to Women in business talks...a very interesting couple to say the least (and have been together 53 years and counting if I remember correctly)
So in the end Glenns Ferry was about the people in it, their history and the efforts they were making for its future.
... we got on Old US 30 to go to Glenn’s Ferry. When they say “old”, they mean “OLD”! The road is not in great shape, old chip seal, patches, etc. Combined with the heat reflected from the road surface, it made for a not so great ending to an otherwise good (albeit hot) day. But we made it into Glenn’s Ferry and the air conditioned motel room, having done almost 90 miles!