Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Twin Falls
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... the I-84 runs along the bank of the Colombia River. This is a scenic drive and one can see the mountains rising dramatically on both banks of the river. We could also see Mt. Hood in the distance although it was a little misty. As we neared the town of Dalles, the scenery starts to change. The towering gorges and lush vegetation give way to dry, arid land. For the next 80-100 miles, the mountains and hills were covered with dry, brown grass and shrubs. There ...
... for payment. They would divide the coin into 8 equal parts, each being a bit. 4 bits is equal to 50 cents. They use a stamping die to cut the coin in sections in order to give change. We also ate the most amazing Indian tacos and fry bread ever! The drive was vast and beautiful. Just as we arrived into Twin Falls the trailer lost a spring and we are in need of repair. Thank goodness we made out of the desert before the break down! ...
... Captain Spaulding’s Museum of Monsters & Madmen then you can picture what it was like but just imagine a bigger version.
After that freak show we hightailed it to the KOA Campground, where if you step outside it smells like cow dung on the account of a farm being across the street. In a bit of good news, we finally got cell phone service! I doubt it will last once we leave the Twin Falls city limits but it was funny to see nonetheless.
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Just outside of the city is Shoshone Falls which is a waterfall on the river, sometimes called the "Niagara of the West," The falls are 212 feet (64.7 m) high—45 feet (14 m) higher than Niagara Falls—and flows over a rim 1,000 feet (305 m) ...
Using our temperatures , it was 5 degrees this morning when we set out and windy. Sun was shinning though. Quick tour of the town, gas then headed out for Atomic City. More rolling country, irrigated, and crops and Lucerne. After a while the farms stopped, wind picked up, and the temperature didn't. Got to the Idaho National Engineering and Environmental Laboratory. This is a massive expanse of land, nearly as big as the Great Salt Lake. As the name ...