Rainbow Valley Lodge
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- Swimming pool
- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
- Non-smoking hotel
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... After that part...I spent hours driving through apricot orchards, vineyards and the I guess it was wheat...about 100 miles of it! Astounding really. I realized I wasn't going to make it past Spokane and asked Marcus to contact his friend Mariah to see if she would be wiling to lend me a couch...and she DID. Thank-you Jim and Mariah for being so spontaneously open and ...
... on the road, but you get the idea!
If yesterday was glorious and hard work, today was even more glorious - and long. We left Angler's Lodge in Island Park at a little after 8 this morning, driving back 17 miles to Mesa Falls to start our ride. We made a quick stop in the car to view the lower falls, decided not to walk to the upper falls, and were on the road a bit before 9 am. And, oh, what a beautiful section of road! It's ...
... that he was unwelcome! Felt a little sad to leave the park there's so much to see and do but the cost of accommodation shortened any idea of staying any longer. The drive to Ennis followed the Maddison River. It was littered with mad fishermen standing up to their waists in cold water. Not only that but most of them were catching trout and throwing them back in. One side of the road ...
... City hotel is really a ghost town. It only had residents during the summer tourist seasons. The building that are occupied then are the Hotel, which as an old Stage Coach Stop that was converted into a hotel with a Saloon on one side and a Parlor on the other. There were two suites that were furnished with antiques. One of the suites is where Connie and I stayed when we were there two years ago ...
... and/or rain. I suppose a heartier soul would have biked anyhow. I’ll make up for it with hockey in Sun Valley, now that I scored some hockey sticks.
Beer. Beer on the trip has been good. We have not drank volumes of it, but we have sought out brew pubs, or local brew, in many of the towns we’ve eaten in. They’ve all been very good. If this a barometer of the state of the union (and I think it is), America is on the right track. I ...