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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... Captain Spaulding’s Museum of Monsters & Madmen then you can picture what it was like but just imagine a bigger version.
After that freak show we hightailed it to the KOA Campground, where if you step outside it smells like cow dung on the account of a farm being across the street. In a bit of good news, we finally got cell phone service! I doubt it will last once we leave the Twin Falls city limits but it was funny to see nonetheless.
Until next ...
We continued east following Interstate 84 and turned off on Route 30 for a scenic drive along the Snake River to Twin Falls. The Snake is a major river of the greater Pacific Northwest at 1,078 miles (1,735 km) long, it is the largest tributary of the Columbia River, the largest North ...
Well, if the bears won't come to us, we will just have to go to them.
Didn't spot one single bear in Yellowstone.
On our way to Twin Falls, Idaho, we spotted a sign that read 'Bearworld'. That will do us!
Spent the next one and half hours driving through the park (with the windows up of course). Finally, got to see lots of ...
We drove into Boise (pronounced Boy Cee we have discovered) to see the State Capital Building. The town itself is a prosperous looking one with lots of downtown activity. The Capital itself was a very imposing building. We didn't see any closed up stores which I suspect is a good sign for the economy there…one can hope!
From Boise, we were once again on the road heading east. From there, we were driving through ...
... big in the hills nearby for some time and there are still Barrick Mining signs along the way. After the Civil War, ranchers from Texas and other areas moved their cattle and Basques their sheep to this area and there were many years of animosity between the cattlemen and the sheep men. There are still a lot of Basques in the Elko area. One of the things that helped save the towns along the route was the ...