Ashton Inn & Rv Park

Address: 164 White Pines Ave, Ashton, Idaho, United States | Motel
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This motel is located on 164 White Pines Ave, Ashton.
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Travel Blogs from Ashton

Words do not do it justice!

A travel blog entry by dna5758 on Jul 01, 2014

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... Dave) awoke about 7 and did some review of stuff for work, sent off an email, and woke Ann at 8 AM. We started getting packed up, and when Gayle knocked on the door at 8:45 she was surprised to find us not on the road. She noted that the continental breakfast was only going to 9, so we hot footed down to the lobby to find....not much. I'm not sure what everyone else ate, but I had a bowl of fruit loops, then robbed the ...

Hidy-Ho from Idaho

A travel blog entry by geg14 on Jun 24, 2014

2 comments, 32 photos

... right road but we made it lol and beyond the little clump of trees you can see the Teton Mountains and they are just beautiful it has rained a couple of days and the weather has been quite chilly lows in the 30's at night 60's during the days. I have to tell ya I was not prepared for this weather at all but that's ok I have adapted lol Thank God I didn't take all the blankets out of the camper lol. when you get back out to the road (beyond the trees) ...

State 6: Idaho -- Snowy travels through Spud Land

A travel blog entry by sherri3vol on Dec 29, 2013

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As we drove southward the weather and road conditions became more treacherous as snow fell, visibility greatly decreased, and the number of icy, snow-covered areas on the roads increased. The Forest was beautiful with big snow covering the evergreen trees. Multitudes of snowmobiles took advantage of the perfect winter conditions.

Island Park, Idaho

A travel blog entry by dolestrada on Jul 15, 2013

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... was 72 when he passed away. This cabin is one of the most popular sites to see in Island park. The story as told was that Johnny Sack and his parents and siblings migrated to the US from Germany. The father was a builder in Germany and continued that craft once in the US. Johnny Sack and his brother started out in indiana and came to Ashton, Idaho and worked at Henry Lake, but they started looking for a new place to ...

Day at the ranch, visit to St. Anthony and Rodeo

A travel blog entry by cbnight on Apr 29, 2011

2 comments, 7 photos

... is a senior and competes in team roping. He has a rodeo scholarship for next year at a college in Arizona. We went to dinner with Bill and Teresa and then on to the rodeo. Tanner and his partner won the team roping event. It was a fun night! Returned back to the cabin about 11 and called it another great day.


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