Super 8 Rexburg
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... boasts as the "World's Largest Potato Seed Producer," and I could see why. There are fields as far as you can see, for tens of miles. Even though it was past sunset the moon shone on the snow-covered fields illuminating our way. The back roads became even more isolated as we were the only car on the road for miles. I'm sure AAA does not service this ...
... bad night as his cold had progressed to being a horrid cough that kept him awake all night. We checked out and then went to the medical centre to see the doctor. Next available appointment was 11am, so we went to have breakfast and then sat and watch the 10am car cruise down the main street, which was shut off by the police. I would say that there were over 700 cars.
The doctor took all of Darryl's vitals and all were good, except he had ...
... up in the morning, drove though Southern Oregon and arrived in Ontario, Idaho. We were super glad to have made it through Southern Oregon, as there was absolutely nothing but mile after mile, after mile of scrub brush. A breakdown between Fall River and Ontario, Idaho would have been an adventure, for sure! After a couple of days spent recuperating in Ontario, we were off to Idaho Falls, Idaho and two of our greatest National Parks, Grand Teton and Yosemite. ...
... other than the precipice
-Found a stag elk hanging out in a meadow on the way out of the park
-Stopped a couple of the stores in West Yellowstone that Alex and mom had missed the day before. McDonald's in West Yellowstone does NOT serve Hot Chocolate!
-Bland (in comparison to Yellowstone I guess) drive down from the Park to Rexburg, ID
-Dinner at Mill Hollow for sandwiches
-More pool time at the hotel
... 8217;s amazing.
Holly and Emily got to jump on the chute to squish the air out of the
bag before it got packed away.
We then moved with the truck back to the oval where Kearney
told us the story of the first balloon aviators and this ended in a champagne
toast (well Apple Cider for the girls). What and experience. Thank you Kearney!
Now our travels continue. It is now about 32C degrees at lunch time and we are on ...