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Today after breakfast, we headed out of Twin Falls towards Shoshone and the Ice Cave nearby.
The ice cave was 1000 feet underground and at the deepest, the ice was 200 feet deep. There was some water on the top, which was just from some recent rains.
The temperature in the ice cave was 3 degrees, so was a little bit chilly. We …
We had a better night last night, with both of us sleeping a little better. Darryl is still coughing quite alot and is not feeling 100%.
Today is our 23rd wedding anniversary, and yet again, one of us is sick.
We left Rexberg at about 9.45am, with me driving, heading towards Twin Falls. We were going to stop in at Yellowstone Bear …
Jess stayed with us for a week or so while looking for a place to live - she found a cute apartment, and we helped her get her car running and her furniture into the apartment. She's still looking for a job, and we're about to head out of here.
Despite our hoping to not have to go back to ...
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Just outside of the city is Shoshone Falls which is a waterfall on the river, sometimes called the "Niagara of the West," The falls are 212 feet (64.7 m) high—45 feet (14 m) higher than Niagara Falls—and flows over a rim 1,000 feet (305 m) ...
... guided tour. We walked into Butch's office and met the receptionist who offered to take our picture in the bill signing room.
Lunch was at OPA/Cazba right down the street from the capitol. Great Lamb Kabob.
On to Twin Falls, Idaho on the Snake River.
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- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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