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The name "Massacre Rocks" comes from a “skirmish” that an emigrant party had with some of the local Indians. There is evidence that these skirmishes actually took place elsewhere and that the emigrants were just scared of being ambushed by Indians as they travelled on the narrow trail through the rocks. The Indians had become sick and tired of the way they were being treated by the white people, so they started ambushing the emigrants ...
... showers, fortunately not too heavy. The temperature is in the low 20's, and I actually turn on the heated grips for a few minutes to help dry my gloves after a brief burst of rain.
The weather clears as we approach Springville, and from there it's just one long stretch of urban sprawl all the way to Salt Lake City, around 50 miles further on. In Salt Lake City we stop in at Wrights Motorcycles and Hattie is treated to a new set ...
Ever have one of those times where everything just lines up perfectly and just works out great? Well, this was one of those afternoons.
We were on our way to Yellowstone and were going to drive for another few hours when we saw the sign for Massacre Rocks State Park. A quick check against Tripadvisor and other sites showed this to be a worthwhile stop. A park ranger met us at the ...
Written by Corey
While we were in Portland, we had done some route planning and booked a night at Massacre Rocks State Park in Idaho. It fit our plan to stay in more state parks on our way home, and I read good things about it. I'm glad we found it - it was very scenic and had a lot to offer that we really enjoyed.
I had read a little about the history - it was another Oregon Trail stop, and ...
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 ...