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... free) camping spots, often fishing access sites, beside a river, amongst trees. Salmon River Valley and Sawtooth National Recreation Area through central Montana & Idaho. Sunny skies for over a week now meaning warm days but cool nights.
Prior to this we'd met up with Joyce & Alistair again for a couple of days at Waterton and Glacier International Peace Parks, straddling ...
... 267. It looked as if not much had changed over many
years. Albion was founded before 1900
and was home of the Albion State Normal School which trained many Idaho
teachers starting in 1893 and closing in 1951. Today they have The Haunted
Mansions: A School of Chaos. These little towns are in the middle of farm land,
mountain land and no where! I found myself looking for a time machine.
... road from the campsite. We would pop down every couple of days to replenish the ice in our cooler, stock up on supplies, and have a shower at Tracy General Store for $4 each. Almo has gone really upmarket since the last time we were there - they've got a pizza joint and you can get wifi in the general store!
We did some great climbing, although unfortunately, Darrell had an injury on ...
Wildfire smoke forced us to abandon our plans to head northeast from Boise to Craters of the Moon National Monument. Instead we moved southeast on I-84 toward Salt Lake City. We overnighted in Declo from where we rode south to Idaho's City of Rocks National Reserve in the Albion Mountains. A "National Reserve" is land set aside and managed by the National Park Service along with a state Derepartment of Parks ...
Day 12 We went to Dead Horse State Park today. Beautiful overlooks and trails but no four wheel drivin roads. We stopped at the Dead Horse SP visitors center and got a terrible map, from a nice young feller. He told us to go back out the park to Hwy 313. We were to take the WIDE dirt road to the right....he gave us no mileage or markers to find ...