Motel 6 Idaho Falls
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Grabbed a coffee at a Starbucks and after a quick look around this little town we hit I84E. After passing through some very uninspiring country we suddenly drove into a magnificent belt of agriculture - cereal crops, hay crops, lucerne, fruit and veggies - you name it, it was grown on an enormous scale! There were machinery dealers all along the freeway, selling big tractors, trucks and other implements, a very prosperous area. Just before Ontario we put our watches forward ...
After leaving Whiskeytown Lake and buying provisions in Redding, California, we continued to follow highway 299 up towards the Oregon border. At sunset, we found another Forest Service campground on the Fall River, where we stayed the night. After sunset, we again heard strange noises from around the camp area. However, this time the source of the sounds was not a mystery-- it was a family of Chipmunks who were intent on stealing whatever they could find! ...
... 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 ...
... time floating around we landed and Darren and
Emily got a go too. How amazing was
this!!! I believe we went up about 500
ft at times and it was just ‘awesome’ as my Year 3 school kids would say!
By 8am or so it was time to land the balloon and we all helped
pack up. Well I didn’t (I took photos instead)...but Kearney understood as he
has had multiple back surgeries and was wearing a special back ...