Mountain Home Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... in front of us. Lots of flames and great food! This morning as the kids went to school and Eric and Jen went to work. Gary and Donna and I started tearing apart the really old and inefficient hot tub. The hot tub is in a gazebo and will be a great play place when we get it out. Need to get another blade for the saws all to finish it. Got most of the frame and lots of insulation apart. Next we need to cut the tub into quarters so its easier to get into the ...
... around in the 100deg heat while Colleen and I sat in trailer looking at the view...with cocktails in hand. We closed the night with a competitive game of Sorry. Ian is brutal. Don't let that easy going face fool you! Well... we get up at 6:00 in the morning and head to Craters of the moon then to ...
... 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 ...
... of the 2 hours we saw lots of 'critters’… rabbits and "Rock Chucks" scampering across the road. Not sure why they wait until their life is in danger to venture on the road? (according to a local we asked, who also shared with us that there is annual competition to see who can shoot the largest Rock Chuck. The winner gets a new gun. The record is evidently 16 lbs… rumor has it that the ranchers fatten them ...
... but didn’t know where more would be available. We stopped when we saw a truck pulled off the road to ask where the nearest water would be. It was a young family who had stopped when their young daughter got car sick. They said Grand View was about 15 miles. But they had a case of water bottles in their truck and generously gave us three or four bottles, which we used to refill our “canteens”. ...