Motel 6 Idaho Falls
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Today we angled SSE beginning our run back down towards Colorado. Rode thru some superb country in Montana before re-entering Idaho. For most of the way we rode alongside the 'Bitter Root' mountain range and continued to follow both the Lewis-Clark Trail and the Nez Perce Trail.
(The Nez Perce Historic Trail follows the same journey undertaken …
Day 10: Teton Pass Today we drove 261 miles across Yellowstone, Grand Teton, and over Teton Pass into Idaho's Snake Valley. The weather was tricky today as it has been the past few. A dark major storm rolled in as we approached Jackson, WY, spitting out lightning and monster sized rain drops. Across the pass, weather was windy. Today is my 7th …
We awoke early to a chilly morning and were on the road by 5:30am. We didn't plan it, it just happened. So we put our stuff back in the car and got right on the highway heading to Gardiner, MT the gate city. Just before we passed through the arch into the park we stopped for a quick bite and cup of coffee at the Two Bit Saloon and Restaurant. The …
... and Restaurant and had a really good quiche. It was very crowded downtown and very busy, but was able to navigate to a parking space and do a little walking around after breakfast.
The scenery from Pinedale to Jackson was beautiful as usual, but from then on was typical Idaho prairie and farm land. The weather has been ...
... a beautiful setting. In the evening we went to the pool and jacuzzi. Again we got to talking to a couple who are from southern Idaho. The man is from Idaho, his wife is from New Zealand. We had a nice conversation then we all headed back to our rigs and got ready to end the day. Tomorrow we are headed for Island Park, Idaho, close to the West entrance to ...
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed