Motel 6 Idaho Falls Snake River
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We drove up to Idaho Falls to visit some friends and to look around. We had an amazing time letting the kids play outside, it was warm but bearable. Once the sun started going down it was very pleasant to be outside. The fireworks show started at 10pm.
We were able to visit one of my good friends that moved ...
For dinner tonight we went to a restaurant named Jakers. It was very good again! We pre-celebrated Paul's birthday tonight with a cinnamon roll sundae. It was a great change from the usual hot fudge sundae.
Tomorrow we start again in the national parks- Grand Tetons and Yellowstone for the next 3 days. Get ready for some great pictures!
... as I am? Sick of rocks too.
We tried to checkin to the hotel early, but they had a strict policy of no allowing checkins until 4 pm so we had two hours to kill. Luckily, we arrived on the right day as they were having a rubber duck race on Snake River. People buy rubber ducks and they let them all ...
... up in the morning, drove though Southern Oregon and arrived in Ontario, Idaho. We were super glad to have made it through Southern Oregon, as there was absolutely nothing but mile after mile, after mile of scrub brush. A breakdown between Fall River and Ontario, Idaho would have been an adventure, for sure! After a couple of days spent recuperating in Ontario, we were off to Idaho Falls, Idaho and two of our greatest National Parks, Grand Teton and Yosemite. ...
... s questions enthusiastically. He was so proud to get his second junior ranger patch. We also got an ice cream sundae and watched as the clouds began building again over the mountains. Next we drove past the bison herds in the high Hayden Valley and into the woods that surround bubbling Yellowstone Lake. The lake is in a volcanic caldera and is a geographical freak since it flows into two oceans. At the north end it fills Yellowstone River which flows into the Missouri, which ...