South Fork Inn
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Today we rented a dune buggy and went to the dunes. It rained on us the entire time but wehad a blast. The craziest thing about dunes is you have to gun it to make it up a 450 foot side... and have no idea what's on the other side. The first time you launch off a dune and see how steep it is, you're stomach ends up in your throat. Then comes the relentless head smashing and whiplash. Got stuck ...
... the first soda. However, the geyser was affecting the timing of old faithful geyser and it was causing probelms for the Park Service. The geyser was capped and regulated releases were necessary in order to protect old faithful. The artificial carbonation was invented at the same time and the industry of selling carbonated water from soda springs ended; as did the economy of soda springs.
As we were leaving Soda Springs we took ...
... and the wetlands were drying.
We reached the main road south to Idaho Falls and headed to Camas Refuge. It was windy and damp as we drove around the managed wetlands for a couple of hours identifying different birds as well as seeing a moose. The Refuge is managed for migratory waterbirds and since this was the tail end of the migratory season, the wetlands were drying . It seemed the conflicting water uses may require the refuge to ...
... people, except the few trout dry fly fishermen drifting on small dory like boats. Sadie loved barking at them as they lazily drifted by, sorry guys.
This trip is due, in part, to the U.S. Potato Board, for which I recently completed some contract work, so thanks USPB and good to be in the land of famous potatoes. Potatoes are grown elsewhere of course, but maybe those ...
We keep driving until it is dark before we stop to eat. We do not want to miss seeing anything. We decide to eat at Red Lobster in Pocatello, Idaho. We never dreamed our 30th wedding anniversary dinner would be THERE! Dinner is great and we finally make it to Idaho Falls and check in for the night. Tomorrow will be a LONG day. We have TWO National Parks to see and over 3 hours to drive to our hotel tomorrow night.