Motel 6 Idaho Falls
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... throwing things!! OK. .. picture this... it's a Brewery... a restaurant and get this a sushi bar!! Sounds fishy right? Lol! It's just all wrong! Not going to last and has no vibe... so we leave.
Since I had a little time before Jim arrived early.. I had checked out a place next to the hotel called "The Sandpiper" so we decide to give it a shot and then call it a night.. We find a spot at the bar and can tell ...
... from the picture, in addition to side and top cases on the bike, they had a large tank bag and a soft bag strapped to the top case. Even the trailer didn't afford them enough additional volume so they had to strap more to the top of it. For a week! And they aren't even camping! STATS: Miles today (total/super slab): 360/0 Miles to date (total/super slab): 1120/415 Temperature ...
... can smell the salt in the air. It feels just like we are at the beach.
We continue on, taking the time to drive through downtown Salt Lake City We pass by the Salt Lake Tabernacle (Mormon Tabernacle). I would love to have the time to go in and see the inside, but we are trying to make it to our hotel before dark. We stop at Best Buy and trade our inverter that has stopped working.
On the way out of the ...
... us with a grin and a wave as we both headed out of town.
But tonight, in the Snake River campground, while watching the sunset, we experienced what MUST have been Arby's doing. Our next door neighbor, Doug Karr, drifted over, intrigued by the signage on the RV and in no time we realized that he knew EVERYTHING about RVs. He wanted to look over Arby, and we were thrilled to have ...
... to Idaho Falls (about 7 hours away.) Then it is only about 2 hours
until Yellowstone tomorrow and the huge legs of travel are behind us. We will still be traveling a great distance
but not in as much of a hurry. The Iron Horse RV park in Elko was terrific, though on the down side it did have HUGE ( about 40 carriages or more) transport trains going past in the night which often honked their horn for ages.
We have now traveled ...