Travel Blogs from Idaho Falls
I needed two things today: a place to watch football and maybe have a beer, and some cash. I didn't think either was a particularly big deal, but Rexburg made both of those things nearly impossible to accomplish. It’s been a while since I was in a town that still enforced blue laws. When I first moved to Virginia in the 80s there were still many stores that were closed on Sundays, but that went away ...
... later than predicted this time... but we wait for the show, Sara can't be this close and not see the iconic geyser blast into the air. OK, we check that off the list and head back into the park. The steam directs us to the attractions of the park, a colorful hot spring pool, a large hot spring that flows down into the stream below and more geysers. The colors in the chromatic hot pool are the result of the different bacteria that live in the varying water temperatures. As ...
Had a great healthy breakfast at the best cafe in Town, Strawberries grown out back of cafe.
Stopped many times to enjoy the view and take pictures.
Very cold start in the mountains 30 degrees, it felt like it. LOL
Arrived in Idaho Falls before any rain that is forecasted.
... pillars - called hoodoos! (see photo opposite). We managed to spot a few creatures - deer, chipmunk, swallows etc but were by now too late for the morning feeders. The climb back up to the top was challenging in the heat - back up to low seventies - so when we got back to the motel had another super duper ice cream! Lin got stuck into researching our next stop after a ...
in an order and swung off the interstate to pick it up. We ate as we
drove and pulled in late at the Shady Rest RV park in Idaho Falls. I
am sure Idaho Falls is a nice place and the owner of the Shady Rest
was very nice and polite but the place was pretty seedy and we all
got up and packed up early to get back on the road as fast as we