Red Lion Hotel Canyon Springs
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- Shuttle bus service
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Swimming pool
- High-speed internet in room
- Free airport shuttle
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... I think we're on some sort of plateau here or some mountain pass. Nonetheless, the view is quite awesome too; seeing the flat plain against the backdrop of mountains, some of which are a little snow-capped. 4:40pm Passed Baker City some distance back. Right now we're travelling through largely un-inhabited area because of the mountainous terrain. We're passing through another dry patch. The vegetation is quite sparse but slightly greener than what we saw along ...
... 22!!! 4 beers and two pizzas for $22! Now that's a happy hour!
We wander off in search of the next watering hole, but other than lounge bars in the Casinos, there is not much for bars! We wander down to the river area and find a place called the old bridge pub... This will work, so we stop in for a couple and chat away with a couple who are traveling with a cabbage patch doll! Lol! Ya I know crazy, but fun! ...
... a jumper with a chute would launch from. Unfortunately, I did not see Vernon or any other BASE jumper take the plunge. But I did learn that this was the mile wide stretch of the Snake River Canyon that Evel Knievel attempted to jump across in 1974 on his specially designed rocket motorcycle. Wow!
Back on the road, Oregon in my sights, looking for bikeable ...
... flowers, but mostly everything was black.
I did quite a bit of driving today, as Darryl was still not well. He did drive through the Craters of the Moon, but let me drive back to Twin Falls.
We stopped at the town of Shoshone, and had a look through a couple of antique shops there. We also had a bite to eat and then headed back to do some washing.
Tomorrow we head to Reno.
... s Ferry there was a few miles of gentle ups and downs before we would face our first big hill. We followed the Snake River through a pretty valley with farms and ranches scatted along the shores. We also were following the railroad, and as we approached a long upgrade, we could see a train approaching down the grade. A neat sight. We weren't really sure of our route as we approached ...