Travel Blogs from American Falls
... reached Salt Lake City there was a torrential downpour which was snarling traffic. The rain was falling so fast the drainage systems of the roads couldn't keep up which means slower traffic and a couple of inches of water on the interstate. The rain continued for the next 150 miles until I reached Pocatello, ID.
For dinner I went to a new restaurant called the Thai Kitchen. The food was very authentic and reminded me of my trips to ...
Only 189 miles today. Very smoky and I think it's getting worse. This is just over night. Tomorrow we are going to Willard Bay State Park outside of Ogden UT. Just waiting here till the weekend is over. Bill had to replace the gear box on the right front jack. Maybe now it will be ok! Not much traffic today which was nice. 89 degrees here
... since I didn't know where the ball was going -- it was too early.
We had a great time and enjoyed the view from the club house patio with our drinks afterward.
Larry & Marilynn have been great hosts.
Take a look at some of the golf course holes in the pictures.
We leave tomorrow to go to Jackson Hole, Yellowstone National Park and will stop someplace along the line -- maybe Billings, MT if we make it that ...
Jean & I left Park City, UT and headed up to Pocatello, ID. We stopped for an In-N-Out hamburger on the way out of Salt Lake City.
We took a scenic road thru the mountains and stopped in Logan, UT for a quick visit to the Apple Store - Expercom. You can order Apple products from them with no sales ...
We pulled out of Yellowstone on chilly, cloudy Wednesday
morning, traveling west into Idaho. Fairly flat and grassy farmlands gradually
became more wooded. Snowy topped mountains in the distance beckoned, while we
followed the old Oregon Trail route. In
places, wagon ruts are still visible where so many wagon trains passed. The terrain changed from forest to highdesert with ...