Red Lion Hotel Canyon Springs
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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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 …
... cave until we came to a sign that read to not go any further and a large wooden beam blocking the path. We consulted for a brief minute and decided it was in our best interest to climb over the beam and keep going. The smooth path turned into a rocky one and we walked until it became too small for us to continue. Mind you we got there at about 5:30 and the place closed at 6, so Diana was afraid he was going to lock us in there if we didn’t get back in time. Even ...
We drove about 500 miles back across Nevada and into Idaho....it took about 9 hours including stops. Not much to see along the way.
We are sitting in the RV listening to the USA/Portugal game since we can't get it on TV.
I think we are gonna make a pass through Yellowstone National Park tomorrow.
... WIFI) Guess I really don't have a clue.
Margaret's objective for the day was to eat Idaho potatoes in Idaho. Yes, we eat Idaho potatoes on a regular basis, but that was the objective. So we picked up potatoes at the store to cook for dinner. When we checked in to the KOA, we realized we had booked a deluxe cabin (which included a half bathroom!) and had a grill. ( I ...
... of the Lehman Caves, which took us approximately 150 feet underground! The park is seldom crowded, and hikers often have the whole trail to themselves.
Hagerman Fossil Beds National Monument, Hagerman, Idaho. A local rancher discovered fossil beds in the 600-foot-high bluffs rising above the Snake River in the late 1920's. This led to the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History expeditions in the ...