BEST WESTERN PLUS Driftwood Inn
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... lots of potatoes in Idaho, if you didn’t know that already! We passed miles of potato fields, alternating occasionally with fields of hay. Sometimes a farm had an old potato shed – a long building with sod built up around the walls and over the roof so it looked like an odd-shaped hill with a door in the end. I hate to say it, but that was the most exciting thing we saw. As I said, the land was pretty and pastoral, ...
... for this cross country trip. At first, we planned not to come into Idaho at all because of the fires, but then realized that Sun Valley is on the other side of the state, so traveling in Eastern Idaho would be OK.
We have been staying in touch with brother Tom and nephew Bill every day and it appears as though the brain surgery was a success. Tom is doing well. We keep assuring him that we are on our way.
... Idaho.....went a few exits down and then noticed my gas was well below the empty mark......16 miles til next gas....we made it to a place called "66", neat little area and after I filled up, I bought a bottle of Huckleberry soda.....good stuff, kinda a knock off of the Jones brand of soda. Good flavour, sweet but did not have a sugary taste to it. Well, all showered and cleaned up....time to find a place to sleep.......a Loves Truck Stop for ...
We wanted to see the salt flats but we were wrong
in thinking they were anywhere close to Salk Lake City. There is a big salt
lake near the city which sometimes dries out into salt flats but the one we
wanted to see was over three hours away. It was a very strange drive to get
there, all there was around us was salt and ...
... 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 ...