South Fork Inn
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... the big bears and then coming back to bottle feed the cubs. They are extremely cool. It was so cool to feed the cubs. They are pretty amazing little things. And really powerful for their size. Unfortunately, no video or pictures for that ...
... but was dewatered after. During our visit, the refuge wetlands were drying.
It was time to find our campsite for the night; we drove a short distance to
Bear Lake State Park, ID. on the border of Utah. As we drove into the valley,
all we could see was this huge body of water the color of light turquoise to a
dark shade. Along the waters edge was white sandy beaches and surrounding the
lake were rolling hills with ...
... from our camp food.
We slept well that night with lots of room.
Leaving Idaho Falls heading south to Grays Lake Refuge in the sw Idaho
Before leaving Idaho Falls, we had a list of things to do in Idaho Falls ( check the air in the tires after all the miles on gravel roads, get an additional camera battery for Ruby's camera and get Ruby new boots. We found a great store downtown with ...
... Teton Brewery as suggested by Paul and picked up a mixed six.
It's warm, lower the altitude and we climb back to the mid 70s, sweet. Finding this camp spot down a long gravel road was not easy, but if it was easy, everybody would be here.
We met a couple of fish and game guys in a drift boat as we pulled in. They were cooking lunch and Sadie had ...
Who woulda thunk our time in Idaho would be interesting? We left sunny Boise this morning and took off on Route 20 for Idaho Falls. Before we left we stopped at the Boise Fry Company, known for its expansive selection of potatoes and tasty burgers on the side. And they were tasty. It's like eating any potato you've ever eaten but with ...