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... Her family drove to Rigby to meet us at a park.
Next, we visited one of my hubby's friends that lives in Rigby as well.
There is so much water everywhere and it was so green. We decided that Idaho is where we want to be in 7 years. It is our new goal, we haven't had a goal in a couple of years.
... it would be better to go down through Arco (site of the worlds first Nuclear Reactor) and into Idaho Falls.
Again we followed the Salmon river for most of the day. There are campgrounds along the way that are free and right on the river. The roads were winding and there is very little shoulder to pull over on. And at some points there were no railings which required full attention to making sure the road warrior stayed on the road.
... are marvelous. Fifty miles of mountains span our west. The gray peaks look,like something you'd see at the Alps! A few of the mountain tops still have snow and it's August. The journey along the Tetons ends at the entrance to Yellowstone. Our first destination of the afternoon is Old Faithful. Several miles of winding canyons, streams, falls and glimpses of lakes escort us to the geysers. Yellowstone is home to the most geothermal areas on earth. Geysers, fumaroles, hot ...
... the same time and the first duck over the falls wins. A great event for charity. They also had a car snow on the banks of the river so we strolled around and took many of pictures of the cars on display.
I also got some shots of some very high powered jet boats that were racing on the river.
... Mississippi at St. Louis, and flows out into Atlantic waters south of New Orleans. At the south end the lake drains into the Lewis River, which empties unto the Snake River, which flows into the Columbia and then into the Pacific west of Portland. No other lake does this. The lakeshore is wooded with pines. The pines are full of hidden wildlife and springs and geysers. At West Thumb, the geyser basin us very active and changes often. Hot steam fills the cool air and the ...