Riverside Hot Springs Inn
Travel Blogs from Lava Hot Springs
... cold. So sorry about the weather.Despite this we saw some wondrous sights-
-hotpools for bison
-berry eating bears
-the iconic Old Faithful
-and finally the osprey over the falls
We drove out to the Craters of The Moon NP and did a bit of lava ...
... suppose to leave for Virginia City on Friday but talked about leaving Thursday instead, depending on the weather. If tomorrow as predicted by the weather forcast is right, we didn't want to sit around and do nothing again for a second day.
I looked at the proposed route, it was going north of Salt Lake and I looked at a 2nd option going through ...
... 19th century. Soda Springs Geyser is one in a group of thousands of natural carbonated springs in the area and was a landmark on the Oregon Trail.
Today the city is also known as the location of the Soda Springs Geyser, which was unleashed in 1934 when "town fathers" were looking for hot water for a "hot pool" bathing attraction. Instead they drilled into a chamber of highly pressurized carbon dioxide gas and cold water ...
... with the goal of feeding astronauts on long space voyages, and eventually, feeding future space colonies.
*Potato blossoms used to be a big hit in royal fashion. Potatoes first became fashionable when Marie Antoinette paraded through the French countryside wearing potato blossoms in her hair.
*The Potato is a near Perfect Food by the US Department of Agriculture. A diet of whole milk and potatoes would supply almost all of the food ...
... we kicked back and reminisced about the great evening wonderful folks and splendid countryside vistas we encountered. But the time came and we had to call it an evening and crawled into bed tired, but contented over an evening well spent. Here is the website : http://www.bakerranchlava.com/index.htm l
God Bless everyone who was on this evening adventure, the Bakers, and Evan. Oh, and our faithful leaders Chester and Denver.