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Travel Blogs from Lava Hot Springs
452 miles traveled today
14 1/2 hours on the road
First things first. We headed out at 9 to capture a glimpse of Old Faithful. She did not disappoint! While there we paid a visit to the RV auto station to have air put in the Eagle's tires. Because of something funky with her valves the tires had to be removed to do so. The upside is it took less than the predicted hour and we are pretty sure the mechanic is Johanna's ...
... on the bikes, plus nightmares about snakes after hearing Lea tell the story yesterday of Ross being recently bitten by a rattlesnake. (She can tell you more if you're interested.) We left what we didn't need with Lea, Gayle, and Norma (hereinafter to be referred to generically as "staff"), after waking them up by banging on the door of their room! We checked out of the hotel, got on the bikes and started through ...
Today was a really short drive, only 3 hours from Green River to Pocatello. We crossed another state border into Idaho, and had a mix of hills, mountains and plains to keep us entertained! We arrived in Pocatello just after lunch time, and found out there was a shopping mall about 10 mins away. After spending not too much money (but coming back with a lot of bags!) we went back to the hotel to repack our cases for the next ...
... spring out in the middle of a private field. The owners were generous enough to allow the public to use the spring. We met some locals and people from Joliet, IL!! It was a sweet excursion. After Fillmore we moseyed to Zion National Park in the most southern part of Utah. Zion is an amazing park with busses that take you into it to keep the environment wild and safe for the wildlife. We brought our bikes and rode to the end of the line, where there was ...
... the mountain rivers of West Virginia,
I felt that we could handle this float trip open to adventures of all ages.
Not quite that simple! With tubes shouldered, we fell in with the parade of other
tubers marching back to the upper end of the ride. Still not at all sure of where
to start from we simply followed along, like lemmings. Maybe
falling in behind a group of tattooed skateboarders would have been smarter than
following the ...