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Some days of a trip like this are glorious, some are hard work, and some are just riding. That's what today was – just riding. Having finished the full 80+ miles into Pocatello yesterday, we were ahead of schedule and decided to take this morning and just hang out with Ken and Krystina. We played with Talyn and Wyatt, and drove with Ken …
... it would be better to go down through Arco (site of the worlds first Nuclear Reactor) and into Idaho Falls.
Again we followed the Salmon river for most of the day. There are campgrounds along the way that are free and right on the river. The roads were winding and there is very little shoulder to pull over on. And at some points there were no railings which required full attention to making sure the road warrior stayed on the road.
... about using an oral irrigator. They can supply great benefit when used appropriately. They are not a replacement for scrubbing your the teeth. In addition they will not aid purge the teeth of plaque. Mouth irrigators can remove microorganisms. Mix up 3 cups of hot water by using a tablespoon of sea salt, a tablespoon full of hydrogen peroxide, and three tablespoon of cooking soft drink.This mix will give you the ideal oral rinse. ...
... the park's wildlife comes out to greet us. A fox crosses a meadow and a resting bison, commonly called buffalo, is patient enough to let us take a picture. We are clearly closer than our 75 foot safety zone but can't resist. Next we stumble on a family of elk, or possibly moose, the female grazes by the stream while a second adult is off in the brush. Two little ears are seen off in the distance and we realize a baby is hiding in the grass! Sara could watch this scene ...
... and becomes the Rockefeller Parkway. A few miles south of the woods near Flagg Ranch you enter the boundary of Grand Teton NP. Grand Teton NP has a whole different feel from YNP. Along US-191, cars and RVs rush out of Yellowstone trying to get home. Only a few are here to enjoy the Tetons. The mountains themselves are magnificent. They point like the mountains a little kid draws. In every way these are the snow-capped, jagged rocks surrounded by pines and behind a ...