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Travel Blogs from Lava Hot Springs
... in miles, "City X: 100" is 100 miles and it's more like 1.6 to 2 hours away...****! Now multiply those distances to 200, 300, etc, and it's even more "****!"
(2) I hit 8000 miles driven so far on this trip, today. I also crossed back into the Mountain Time zone...meaning that I lost an hour from Pacific again and my body's complete confusion about WTF time it is continues.
See today's pictures below.
... nice. Elena and Ariana will donate some of them to the Minneapolis Science Museum and the others… well, they can be Christmas gifts for our families, LOL.
Next on our list is Yellowstone National Park, so we head North through Salt Lake City and entering a new state, Idaho. I have spent the whole way trying to find a place where we can go to a Rodeo somewhere in Wyoming but it seems that Rodeo season is over! ...
... reached Salt Lake City there was a torrential downpour which was snarling traffic. The rain was falling so fast the drainage systems of the roads couldn't keep up which means slower traffic and a couple of inches of water on the interstate. The rain continued for the next 150 miles until I reached Pocatello, ID.
For dinner I went to a new restaurant called the Thai Kitchen. The food was very authentic and reminded me of my trips to ...
... I like the ?, how does it get any better than this and what else is possible? This keeps limitless possibilities and potentials available to an open mind. Alice has some great pasta for us for dinner. Thank you Rodney and Alice for your hospitality. My friend Bonnie, another incredible spiritual teacher of A Course in Miracles is out of town so we missed her. We spoke briefly on the phone and we look forward to seeing her in the future!! Traveling south ...
... and Mormon Trail but by-passed by the Union Pacific
running high along the mountain side above the town. The town has
survived as an oasis for travelers with its hot springs and lodgings
over the years.
On the banks of the Portneuf River, a river warmed
by the hot springs that empty into it, the town has become a local
tourist destination offering a Olympic sized heated indoor swimming
pool and water park. Main Street offers ...