Red Lion Hotel Canyon Springs
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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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 …
... town is named for, the twin falls. We had gorgeous weather and took some beautiful pictures of this little touristy park before getting on the road to head to Oregon! Side note…Idaho has more BUGS than anything else – check out the front of our car!!
As I read this entry out loud to my wonderful husband, he wanted me to let you all know that Evel Knievel jumped the falls....very ...
... of it in different places.
Time to venture on, so we wander further down the river area and then turn and head towards our hotel, we are running out of options.... When we spot and oasis in the desert! Lol! Pun intended! Looks like the right spot to end the night... so we venture in........ ya, I will leave it at that, as the night just got hotter and hotter!
Day 3 down... cars and casinos tomorrow... Over and ...
... that they must have endured, I can't really even imagine, but I always enjoy looking at terrain and try to picture what it must have looked like as settlers moved across the country. All while I drive in my air conditioned mini van, while my husband works on his computer (connected to the internet) and my kids watch videos on the dvd player and play on their Ipads (also ...
... shallow salt lakes, marshes, and mud flats to evaporate in the dry desert air. Wheeler Peak rises to 13,063 feet, which can be accessed by hiking and driving, but we were unable to reach the peak as the road was closed due to snow. Nevertheless, we were able to travel part way up and enjoy spectacular views of the surrounding valleys. We were able to participate in an hour-and-a-half personally guided, park ...