Super 8 Rexburg
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... everything in the van was again full of dust. That evening, it cleared enough so we could see the moon. At 10:15 PM we could still see the silhouettes
of the mountains on the other side of the lake.
In the morning,we went for a bike ride. The weather was perfect with no wind. The roads were paved and between the lake and the rolling hills. We rode into Utah and back; a 29 mile ride. We saw hawks, white pelicans and 17 ...
... 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 ...
... 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
... to talk to
people in english. Things also seem much quieter, we don't see the
colors and sights. There isn't anyone roasting chickens on the
roadside, no one selling fruit, toys, no donkeys, no motor bikes with
4 people on them, but it still feels good to be getting back ...
like the end of most holidays.
Just saw a sign for some hot springs, so we're going to check them out and then do a few more hours driving before bed.
the 3 Amigos
... from a low of 5,282 feet at Reese Creek to an upper elevation of 11,358 feet on Eagle Peak. Due to the range of elevations, the temperatures were extremely different throughout the day. We started the morning with sweaters and jackets and down to our t-shirts by the end of the day.
We traveled all the way down to the south gate in about 4 hours. The south gate leads into the Grand Tetons Nation Park, an ethereal mountain landscape ...