Camp Creek Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... entering the Atomic Energy zone, far off in the distance there were industrial sites pumping out steam...definitely some Homer Simpson stuff happening out there.
Then to top it off every few miles our radio station would be interrupted by an ominous emergency service broadcast, advising us about flash floods and thunder storms, it felt like the end of the world.
I was happy to reach the civilisation of Idaho Falls and lunch.
... shore is rocky but easily accessible and you get this tremendous view of the mountains. The water was crisp and clear and very refreshing after a day on the road. Later we brought the camp stove down to the beach and cooked some dinner. The kids made makeshift fishing rods from sticks and found fishing line and tried to see if they could get anything to bite. The next day we headed out for an early float trip down the Snake River. The day was so cool and clear and ...
... flowed north to the Missouri, then east to St. Louis, into the Mississippi, and south to New Orleans and the Gulf of Mexico. From here water flows south and then west into the Snake River and then west into the Columbia River where it passes Astoria into the Pacific. This is the clandestine part of the Lewis & Clark journey. Anyway, we woke up in Mammoth and broke our two day camp. Jessica and Andrew hiked up the hill to Mammoth town ...
... at the Million Dollar Cowboy Bar which was good and then wandered around town just admiring how nice it was.
There is a town square and each of the four corners have elk horn arches - no they don't slaughter these animals for their horns - the elk actually loses them each spring and they are then collected by the Boy Scouts!
Had a few drinks at the Town Square Tavern which was great for people watching and then caught the bus back to the ...
... still employing people to barricade the entrances all day and night and apparently other people to patrol the parks and make sure no-one has snuck in. Why not just have them bloody open then!!
So instead we began hiking up the big ski mountain. Not far in and I had a booming headache though, terminating this plan too. So, Plan C. We headed in the car to Teton Pass which took us high up in the mountains. From here we parked ...