Motel 6 Pocatello - Chubbuck
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... one wouldn't stop at Massacre Rocks State Park. It’s seemingly in the middle of nowhere and doesn’t really look like much as you drive by it. When Sean was stationed in Mountain Home Air Force Base (about an hour southeast of Boise, Idaho), he would come here to recreate (read: drink). He wanted to show me this place and it was a good stopping place for us after a long day of driving. The landscape is made up of giant rocks ...
... as the partly worn Metzelers I started the trip with are starting to feel a little squirrely.
Scotty also collects the stator and rectifier that he needs for his bike at the same time, but his jinx continues, as Jim, who arrives just as they are finishing off fitting Hattie's tyres, notices that a groove is being worn into the one side of Scotty's bike's rear tyre. Further inspection reveals that it's rubbing on the edge of the seat ...
A pretty standard Super 8 breakfast - cereal, youget coffee and fruit juice (exciting reading I know ) . We hit the road heading north and hit rain again, it is also quite chilly - having to use the heated grips on the bike for the first time. We get into Salt Lake City at about lunchtime. The freeway was as I remember from last year - about six lanes of traffic all weaving from one lane to ...
We met Sam for breakfast this morning at our favorite traveling restaurant—Cracker Barrel at 9:30 this morning. As always we had plenty to eat. As a matter of fact I sent Sam home with 2 out of the 3 pancakes I had with my meal. We sat around and talked with Sam, what a nice young man. Sometimes you wonder when kids are young; "How will they turn out?" Well this constantly running around little boy who hardly stopped for a ...
... have to appreciate the struggle that settlers on the Oregon Trail must have gone through. There's actually a big rock near there where the travelers stopped and etched their names, but we didn't have time to go see it.
We got to our site and set up, then went out to look around. The campground is on hills overlooking the Snake River, and it's one of the most beautiful spots I've seen. Idaho also ...