Oregon Trail Motel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... Burns and Ontario I came into a rather large valley and on the opposite side was what I thought was a smoke cloud. It was about thirty feet tall and about five miles long. The south side was more dense. When I got to it, it was just a low hanging cloud.
In Ontario I stopped for gas and lunch. While eating a gentleman at an adjacent table asked about my bike. He had a Norton hat on so I commented on it. ...
... the latter part of the journey Nick got talking to a retired physio from New Zealand called Rosemary who had worked at the South Western Hospital in London but a few years before Nick. Earlier in the trip we had met Richard who had gone to school at Harrow County Grammar School, again a few years before Nick. It is a surprisingly small world! At about 6 pm we left Nevada and crossed into the state of Idaho where the time slipped ...
We finally got to explore Boise, Idaho's capital properly. We rented two bicycles (the man in the shop insisted on giving me a 'girl' bike and a sympathetic look. Cheeky.) The city's green belt system stretches for 25 miles and follows the river through the city. It's utterly gorgeous - we passed white water rapids, pretty mansions in secluded villages and miles of open ...
... and a large herd of Elk close to the road for good photo ops. Tonight we drove to Twin Falls ID to a small park Twin Falls RV 93. The cats aren't supposed to be outside so Mickey is a whiner. Big debate about a long drive tomorrow home or a stop. A stop it is in Winnemuccha. Then the drive on Tues will take us home ...
... the Perrin Bridge which spans the Snake River Canyon and watched daredevils jump off the bridge and parachute to a landing spot alongside the river. We finished the day with a walk over to a shopping mall near the bridge and did a bit of shopping. Emma bought a waterproof case for her iPhone and Aaron a case with a built in ...