Red Lion Hotel Canyon Springs
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We made great time and checked into our hotel at about 7 (pacific time) so with all of our potty stops & such, about 12 hours from ferry to hotel! Emma has been a great traveler. Only tried to escape from her shoulder harness a few times. ("Mommm! I'M STUCK!!!") lol. No, Emma, you're in your car seat. The roads were beautiful & traffic was …
... tons of cobwebs. So this guy had almost every taxidermy animal you could imagine but they were rough looking, dusty, and I am guessing he did it himself. We also spotted a lot of bones (“prehistoric” and current), cultural “artifacts”, guns, two headed creatures (yep, no typo there), bugs…etc. You get the idea, he had a little bit of everything but we doubt the authenticity of most of it. If anyone has seen House of 1000 corpses and the ...
... have had a fly rod with me, the trout were jumping. We cleaned up the campsite and packed out half a trash bag. No worries. Headed down that long dusty gravel road dodging rock out croppings and getting a full nose of sage on the breeze. The day before when exercising a 3 point turn (I was not lost, just bewildered) a strand of loose bob wire snagged the stern tie down and snapped the nylon line. The ratchet went flying and I didn't notice until a mile or two later. So, I ...
Boise, Idaho seemed like a good place to stop and have a bite to eat so we took in the State Capitol Building as well. Governor C.L. "Butch" Otter's place was pretty neat. Unlike the terrorist lock-down capitols of the East coast, we were able to roam freely in the building on ...
... Excavations are still taking place, so many restrictions are applied to visitors.
Minidoka National Historic Site, Jerome, Idaho shares the same visitor center as the Hagerman Fossil Beds, but plans are in the works for their own center. Minidoka was a Relocation Center during World War II for Japanese Americans from Alaska, Washington and Oregon. Hostilities toward Japanese Americans intensified ...