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- Stopped off at Tacos Y Mariscos El Compa in Caldwell Idaho at 6:30 PM.
- We both got chicken tortas for $5.50 each.
- It was delicious, authentic Mexican food.
- We got gas before leaving Caldwell.
- Since it was a 129 mile drive from Wendell to Caldwell, gas was $24.04.
- Back on the road by 8:00 PM and headed to Oregon to send the night.
... But, again, each state had entry pull-offs for all vehicles carrying animals or watercraft (yes, even canoes on car tops). Entering Oregon with a watercraft REQUIRES obtaining a permit to prevent invasive species. Impressive vigilance, eh?
** From Salt Lake City onwards, the landscape became honey-gold with rounded hills covered with range grasses: the Beehive State's hills look like beehives, really! It amazed us that farmers turned thousands of acres ...
... here to launch their boats into the wide Snake River. We are camping at a spot Americans have been camping at since the 1840's. The spot is in the middle of nowhere surrounded by golden, treeless hills (hence the wind.) We are twenty miles from any real town. There is a small settlement called Huntington four miles to the north. The town of Farewell Bend one mile to the south is a ghost town. Everything looks like it was boarded up in the 1980's. What makes this the ...
... back roads - so much quieter! Getting off the interstate, we headed into the town of Huntington, (not much here either), and then headed up a two mile hill, before beginning the descent (against the wind) to the Snake River, where we stopped at Farewell Bend State Park for a break. This is where those coming west on the Oregon Trail left the river and headed overland to Pendleton where they picked up the Columbia. The day was ...
... to the small town of Shoshone where we had a late lunch at the "Manhattan cafe". A burger with bacon and cheese as well as fries was just what we needed after the chilly and windy visit at the craters of the moon-park earlier. Our next stop after haveing lunch was some big sand dunes called "Bruneau dunes" and now the sun was out and the winds were mild. The sand on the ground was even alittle warm from the sun. Talk about different weather and climat ...