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Frisbee golf needs a frisbee, and some baskets with chains on them. You have to start at the tee, which is a sandpit with Grass, and you throw the frisbee to the basket. You count he number of throws it takes to get to the basket. Whoever gets the lowest number wins. We played frisbee golf at the playground, and found a geocache in a ...
One of our tires is losing air again on a slow leak. (remember last winter). we thought we had fixed it but not true so I needed to find a place to add some air. We stopped in three places and finally found a place at Dornan's which helped out but not totally.
... see them coming. The downside is they are huge enough to see them coming!!
We exited Yellowstone through the south right into the Grand Tetons! What a spectacular sight! We now LOVE Wyoming! The icing on the cake was the gorgeous town of Jackson Hole. There's a golf course and a spa...we are making plans to return.
That's where things got odd. We were all well and good till we saw the "Welcome to Idaho" sign! Say what?
Yep, we ...
... line of river
tubers marching back to the upper end of this natural wonder, a cross
between a log flume and a watery bobsled ride down stream. Staying
true to its wild west image, there are no clear beginning or end points
for the river's quick sweep under the foot bridges, lined with spectators, along
its way. If this sounds like your kind of excitement imagine how
ready I was as we set-out for our downriver run.
With the time we have ...
... not have ever seen this valley.
Caribou Mountain, at 9803'' and the second highest in Idaho, provides
a wonderful backdrop to the marsh.
After eating the dust from cowboys in
trucks, rodeo moms in SUVs and cattle hauling eighteen wheelers
making their way around the refuge, we made it back to the
highway(Rt34) without much of an idea about where we would spend the
night. We knew of camping on Blackfoot Reservoir near Henry, operated