Three Rivers Ranch
Travel Blogs from Ashton
... as they came up to mix their raspberry lemonades (they were doing a brisk business on those today – go figure). The first question was usually, "Where are you from?" Let’s face it: locals don’t sit at the bar on Sunday.
It never occurred to me that there are banks that don’t have ATM machines. The first bank I found had a machine, but it was out of cash (I soon ...
After breakfast, we walked around town to see what interesting things we could find.
We had a look in the museum and around town. We did our washing and then went to Bullwinkles Bar to have a couple of drinks before dinner.
As we had dinner at Bullwinkles the previous night, we decided to find something else and ended up with pizza at another bar.
We had an early night as Darryl was still not feeling well.
Darryl had ...
... approval and eventually donated it to the state of Idaho with the designation that it be available to the public. Mesa Falls, another amazing wonder of nature. These are large waterfalls, there is one in Upper Mesa and another in Lower Mesa. We only saw the Upper Mesa Falls. It is fantastic. In addition to the falls, we were very lucky to see via telescope an eagles nest. We got to see the mom and dad taking care of ...
Today we reaffirmed the reason that it is called fishing and not catching. It was extremely windy by the time we got to the river's edge. Fortunately the wind was coming from the southeast and we are on the east bank so casting was not a great problem. Maintaining a vertical position proved to be a greater challenge, especially when standing in the current. We did stay dry but only fished for a couple of hours. We spent no ...
... turn anyone
sour on PV. I overheard one couple say the cab fee was worth getting
out of the airport.
Travelers should also know that it is difficult to cash US Dollars,
even Bancomer would not take dollars. The country is awash in $$$ from
the drug cartel biz that is out of control.
For the first time in years ...