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Frisbee golf needs a frisbee, and some baskets with chains on them. You have to start at the tee, which is a sandpit with Grass, and you throw the frisbee to the basket. You count he number of throws it takes to get to the basket. Whoever gets the lowest number wins. We played frisbee golf at the playground, and found a geocache in a ...
We had an overnight stay near Soda Springs, Idaho, at a small county park which broke up the 300 mile remaining journey. No hookups. just a clean bathroom. We began to relax and enjoy. All around this area are huge Potash mining operations running 24/7 amongst the lakes ...
... We'll see if it works out.
We treated ourselves to ice cream at the General Store & 3 of us went out on a limb and tried a Huckleberry Ice Cream Sandwich!!! Oh. My. Lord. It is pure heaven!
Along the way we saw lots more buffalo and elk as well as American white pelicans. No moose or otter sightings. :-( Did we mention the mosquito here are large enough to be considered wildlife? The upside to their huge size is you ...
... and Mormon Trail but by-passed by the Union Pacific
running high along the mountain side above the town. The town has
survived as an oasis for travelers with its hot springs and lodgings
over the years.
On the banks of the Portneuf River, a river warmed
by the hot springs that empty into it, the town has become a local
tourist destination offering a Olympic sized heated indoor swimming
pool and water park. Main Street offers ...
... first sighting of the
White-faced Ibis, now we can list all three ibis. Also of interest were
some long billed curlews.
Grays Lake isn't so much a lake as it
is a marshland located at 6400' and covering some 18,500 acres with a
proposal to increase the refuge to 32,800 acres. What surface water
that is here is drawn down for irrigation during the summer months.
The lake was named after one John Gray, a mountain man who came into
the area in 1818 and may ...