Motel 6 Idaho Falls
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... thus far that’s proven right. When a place begins to lose its polish and shine, we just pack up and head to a new destination as a form of kinetic energy. On arrival our pervading happiness at something new is an energy unto itself; life is energy; death, only a transformation of energy.
In the plains, the fields. Embellishing the flatlands was field after field of hay and wheat that colored the ground a golden yellow; flip that coloring ...
... bar staff and the decor. .. we should have just come here to begin with! .... OK, maybe not, since we are soon into shots with the bartender! Haha! We would have been in big trouble.
The buzz is on and we are the only ones left in the place... so we decide it's time to let the staff go home and pay up. A good night in Idaho Falls and we are off to Yellowstone Park tomorrow .... so a good sleep is required.. Over and Out ...
... after lunch, and quickly stopped to rug up. Away, then stopped again for leathers, wet weather gear and wam layers. Should have known! Fortunately everything turned out for the best, and we had kept exactly what we needed. The ride alone 89 and onto 26 past Palisade Dam, was great, cold, very windy, and in the end very straight. We must have seen 1000s of acres of Lucerne both cut and standing. Miles ...
... Rocky Mountains (this trip).
Before we leave Fillmore, we go next door to eat at a local hamburger restaurant. As we approach we see a large group of Hell's Angels parked there to eat. Art says, "Do you see who is here?' I say no and he tells me. I ask him, "Do you want to leave?" and he says, "NO, I want to get our picture taken with them!" LOL And that's what we do, along with another family eating there. We ...
... a restaurant.
The food was great. Joe ordered a hot roast beef sandwich, and I ordered the last of the lunch specials- the chicken pot pie. It had gone fast.
The cinnamon buns were JUST like my grandmother used to make for us- a whole tray at a time- it takes a big pan and a big oven. They are SO ...