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... 50's at night). We were next to cows but apart from an occasional aroma early in the evening, they were quiet.
So - Twin Falls, as you can guess, it has 2 sets of falls. One claims to be the Niagara of the west and in the spring falls 212 feet, but because the water levels are so low, there is nothing to see at present. We didn't even go to see it. Here is one we did see. ...
... of the buildings. The schoolhouse and saloons were of particular interest. We now have a better appreciation of tough life in the old west.
Back in our car, we headed out a different dirt road. We have an 8 hour drive to Twin Falls, Idaho. On our 1st rest area break, Irene spotted a huge caterpillar. Matthew really wanted to pick it up until it snapped at him. We believe it was a harmless Tomato Hornworm.
We stopped for a late lunch at Winnemucca Pizza. We ...
June 9th – Day 36
Stopped in Elko NV to do some retail
therapy. Not very exciting shops but a chance to wander for a few
hours. We have another travel day today, trying to catch up on
staying in one place for longer than a night. We worked out the
average we needed to drive a day was 70 minutes if we stopped in
Florida at the end of the trip and flew to Los Angeles. That's
perfectly doable. But I think we are ...
... 8217;t pass up the chance to see a nuclear reactor.
Our second stop of the day was Craters of the Moon, and of course the rain fell heavier once we arrived to hike. It was awesome! It’s thousands of year old lava fields that create the landscape in these rippled rocks, collapsed lava tubes, and a few caves. It literally feels like you are on another planet. We traversed down a few caves but they weren’t very large so we were in and out of those ...
... both glad to get out into the warmth.
We then headed further north to the Craters of the Moon National Monument. It took us about an hour to get to the main park, but most of the way, there was lava craters everywhere.
What got me, was how black it all was. The bitumen road, the edges of the road and all the lava, was black. There was a little bit of green thrown in and also ...