Bay Bridge Motel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... farms -- the manure piles are as high as the baled hay and straw piles! Visited the Hagerman Fossil Beds National Park which holds some of the richest fossil deposits in the world -- there are actual fossils at the Park Visitors Center Museum, but at the monument all you can see are the bluffs and sediment layers above the Snake River where scientists have excavated over 200 species of animals and plants. The ...
... that's why Idaho is called the "Potato State". These fields all have gigantic irrigation systems which seem to be operating continuously. The Three Island Crossing State Park, where we're staying, is another beautiful "oasis in the desert" park -- even more lush than the last one. You do have to watch out for their elaborate sprinkling system; however, it does feel good on a very ...
... Bunyon and the big blue ox, and the clutch wouldn't disengage. ****. By now, it's pouring rain. The clutch slave cylinder bolt had loosened up. A quick tighten, and we're back on our way!
We made it to Oregon! Phil has never been here before! Yipee!
For the night, we're just staying in an '80s themed motel off the highway. ...
... his car in 1975. He was a local boy who ran distance and was 4th in the 1972 Olympics in the 10,000 and held every American record from 2,000metre to 10,000. He was a James Dean kind of character and his death was a great shock to all. He is a legend around here. The plaque that marks the crash site has various objects left as tributes to him by visitors.
From there we went down to Hayward Field, the venue for the ...
As the US Government had shutdown and all National Parks were closed, we decided to make just one stop on the way back to Tahoe. This was at the Oregon Dunes. We weren't able to see much, again due to the shutdown, but did get a glimpse of the beach and the long dunes that lined the shore. For dinner we checked out the Mill Casino Hotel and RV Park. Brett restrained from trying his chances at gambling again as we did not want to ruin the winning ...