Super 8 Blackfoot
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... heading for Rupert, Idaho. In about eight miles we entered Rupert, turned right onto what we believe is "old US-30", and headed out of town, into the risen sun, past small farms, on a rural road, with almost no traffic. WIthin a few miles there was no traffic and we were alone on a long,
straight, slightly rolling road with only power poles and the pavement
to indicate this wasn't virgin country. We ...
... ll take the rain, especially after the drought we've seen in AZ.
We'll be home tomorrow, Saturday. It will be good to be there. I'm looking forward to hikes in the South Hills and riding the bicycle again. Then there's the yard, beckoning. We've had reports of buds on Lynn's blueberries. That's a good sign.
Thanks for following along with us. It is good to share what we see and do with friends like you...
... is the way it is put together. The Native tribes have three (3) horses each they then take three (3) laps around the track. However, in order to use every horse each tribe has to do a switch after taking one lap. The action is intense because the man on the horse does not wait until the horse is at a dead halt. The participants in the race actually jump off the horse while horse is slowing down and then run and jump on the next horse. ...
Set off early as planned. Not so cold this morning - only 36 degrees, but it was 7 o'clock. Travelled in search of Leroy Parkers cabin - aka Butch Cassidy! Drove past it, but found it on the way back! Not signposted at all. It was ramshackle wood, but had been given a red brick chimney! Then off to see the Big Rock Candy Mountain, an impressive ...
... Rocky Mountains (this trip).
Before we leave Fillmore, we go next door to eat at a local hamburger restaurant. As we approach we see a large group of Hell's Angels parked there to eat. Art says, "Do you see who is here?' I say no and he tells me. I ask him, "Do you want to leave?" and he says, "NO, I want to get our picture taken with them!" LOL And that's what we do, along with another family eating there. We ...