Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Twin Falls
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... there is not much in between. It has this beautiful canyon in the middle of the town. At the bottom of the canyon there is a really nice golf course which I found funny. We didn't do much here. We ate at Outback and crashed. The next morning we went to a SAMs club type grocery store to get food for lunch since we didn't know what the drive would be like through the rest of Idaho and Oregon. Miles travelled: 502 Hours on the road: 9 Total miles: 3007 Total hours: ...
State Capital: Boise 2 important city's: Idaho Falls, Pocatello Year of statehood: July 3, 1890 State motto English and Latin: Esto perperua. Let is be perpetual State flower: Philadelphia State bird: Mt. Blue Bird significant features: biggest lake, Lake Pend Ore 60; ...
... flowers, but mostly everything was black.
I did quite a bit of driving today, as Darryl was still not well. He did drive through the Craters of the Moon, but let me drive back to Twin Falls.
We stopped at the town of Shoshone, and had a look through a couple of antique shops there. We also had a bite to eat and then headed back to do some washing.
Tomorrow we head to Reno.
Today, we started our day finishing up our tour of Yellowstone and The Grand Titan Mountains. Unfortunately, we were not graced with the best weather...'twas high 30s in the mountains. We took a nice walk at Mammoth hot springs, beautiful but smells like rotten egg! Then headed to Old Faithful, a very touristy spot at Yellowstone. It was more entertaining to watch all of the spectators than actually watching ...
... the Moon National Monument, preserving "a weird and scenic landscape, peculiar to itself." The Craters of the Moon are definitely volcanic in origin, and it is believed the violent volcanic eruptions took place from a series of deep fissures, rather than one volcano, only 2000 years ago! Many trails are available for exploration of the varied and strange lava flows, but visitors are required to remain on the paths.