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- Took a whole day to travel to Lava Hot Springs.
- Eight hour drive over 564 miles.
- Stopped a couple of times along the way to fill the tank up.
- Arrived at Lava Hot Springs KOA in the late evening. ...
... the young cowgirls. After we finished our snack and watching the racers we decided to go to Soda Springs, another city in Caribou County. Soda Springs is just over 4 ½ square miles.
The city is named for the hundreds of natural springs of carbonated water that are located in and around the city. The springs were well known to Native Americans and were a famous landmark along the Oregon Trail in ...
... the largest potato grown was 7 pounds 1 ounce by J. East (1953) and J. Busby (1982) of Great Britain.
*The world’s largest potato chip crisp (on exhibit at the Potato Museum-See picture) was produced by the Pringle’s Company in Jackson, TN, in 1990. It measures 23″ x 14.5″.
*In October 1995, the potato became the first vegetable to be grown in space. NASA and the University of Wisconsin, Madison, created ...
... on to the wagon and headed back down the road in the early dusk. Everyone was great and the wagon ride encourages everyone to get to know each other, bonding. It was the best $32.00 entertainment/meal/friendships we have had.
Dave and I encourage anyone who gets to southeastern Idaho to stop by Lava Hot Springs and book an evening of entertaining fun and pleasure, let us not forget the great meal.
Getting back to the Hot ...
... business. In 1837 Wyeth sold out to the Hudson's Bay Company at a loss of about $30,000. The English company's banner replaced the Stars and Stripes at Fort Hall and remained there until the US gained possession by treaty with England giving us all the Oregon Country south of the forty-ninth parallel in exchange for part of the Pacific Northwest beyond the 49th parallel all the way north to the southern boundary of territory claimed by Russia. In 1843, the ...