Cache Creek Motel
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... that had a few restaurants & found The Kitchen that had opened at 5:00 and had happy hour until 6:00. We got a table and took advantage of the $5.00 happy hour appertizers. We got three - shrimp, ribs and green beans which all of them done very well and quite tasty. Then I ordered a delicious pork chop that was with saurkraut, brown mustard, greens on top with peach slices on top of the greens. Jean just had a salad. No dessert, nothing captured our ...
... RV park is right in the town of Jackson.
Once again after the museum experience we were struck by the endurance and fortitude the early pioneers possessed as we traveled through this inhospitable landscape and the gigantic hills and mountains they had to overcome.
It was a great day for critters! Besides the usual prong horn antelope we saw a deer that almost met his maker on the front of our truck. But most exciting was seeing ...
... to check it out, it is such a cute/cool town. There are for huge arches of antlers. Then when they came home it was basically time to go to the shootout in Jackson. So we drove back to Jackson and watched a shootout (without bullets)(but was really loud). But it was a little much so.. we decided to got to dinner early. We went to The Merry Piglets, it was really fun there (and great food). When we got back it was too late to really do anything so... we just went to ...
... on this back road in Jackson, and the road is covered with these damn birds. Allen does finally manage a shot or two, but not before cussing a lot. :)
We do our usual in Jackson with wifi, the grocery store, and gas for the car. On our way back, we take the same back road. Magpies are all over the place. Allen gets a shot or two and we call it a day. Back at the camper, we have a good chuckle. We also plan for our last day (sob) in Jackson.
... started pouring while we were eating and we drove through more heavy rain on the way to Thornton on hwy 20. As we were driving, we listened to the Xfinity race at Charlotte, N.C., on NASCAR radio. Driving along Hwy 26 To Alpine brought us around to the end of the circle tour of the Snake River Range we took today. Even in the rain, it was beautiful. On the Idaho side, ...