BEST WESTERN PLUS Driftwood Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Swimming pool
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- 10:00 a.m. Woke up and had breakfast, now headed to Idaho Falls.
- 2:30 p.m. after traveling 258 miles I stopped at Idaho Falls for gas, ice and food at Shells gas station. I purchased peanut butter, jelly and bread for PB&J.
- spent the night at Madison Campground. campsite is very peaceful and tranquil.
food, Pb&j's and water $11.96
... it home, and he reminded me we were less than an hour’s drive away if I wanted to come get it. So after dinner, Gayle and I decided to drive back to “Poky” (as the locals call it) and get the jewelry. Plus I could use their computer for a few minutes and check on my fantasy baseball team! So I got my earrings and necklace, got to cuddle with my grandson, and take care of my baseball team - a worthwhile trip on all ...
... Temple is very close to the River. We stopped to see if they had a visitor section, they did. We stopped to take a few pictures, looked like there were worshipers outside that were waiting for an event, so I didn't want to bother them. We probably rode for two hours around the river, but we were stopping quite a bit to take pictures and enjoy the scenery. It ...
... the new body styles. It was pretty slick looking. We piled everything in the truck and laid in our course for Idaho Falls, Idaho.
Major and I were really hungry and all of us were thirsty so we stopped on the way out of Salt Lake City in a little suburb called Centerville. We thought we were going to a McDonald's for Major, but luck had it that there was an In and Out Burger right there by the McDonald's. I just love that place and we all ...
... we didn't see any game. We learned that pronghorn and other game migrate between the mountains and the plains. We passed very few communities, ones with populations of 512, 413, and 76. Eventually we arrived at Craters of the Moon National Monument, a vast expanse of volcanic flow. Some parts are like black sand, some rough stones, some smooth ropes, and there are volcanic peaks as well. The last eruption was 2,000 years ...