Rodeway Inn University
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on my way home. Good weather all day in the 80's, brief showers this evening. Drove to Idaho Falls but some event is going on so no hotel rooms to be had. Backtracked to Pocatello. Plan to go through the National Forest to Rock Springs and down to Grand Junction from ...
... Tenere's emergency stopping ability.
We cross into Idaho. The scenery here is different again, much greener, more trees, and we're surrounded on all sides by mountains. Frequent signs along the road warn us to look out for deer crossing the highway, but we don't see any.
The last 50 miles into Pocatello seem to take forever; there are two sections where the highway is down to a single lane due to roadworks, and we're champing at ...
... 1927, and at the time, was the highest bridge in the world. The privately financed $650,000 structure was originally a toll bridge, but the tolls were eliminated in 1940 after the bridge was purchased by the state of Idaho.
By the early 1970s, the original bridge was outdated and unable to handle heavy loads and required replacement. Construction on the current bridge began in May 1973 and was completed in July 1976 at a ...
... this did happen. Temperatures ranged from the mid-30s F all the way down to 20F (that's 20, not "20s") at some of the higher elevations, and I had clear conditions early but then varying precipitation from cold rain to wet snow to pure snow, and their resultant effects on the road surfaces. As a consequence, my anticipated 7-8 hour drive ended up taking around 11 hours...had to back it down as applicable.
... the several inches of water covering everything. I snapped a few photos and headed back to the interstate which took me across the 50 miles of the Great Salt Lake Desert.
Rain was still coming down heavily and I could tell my waterproof motorcycle jacket wasn't really waterproof but water resistant for a few miles.My clothes were getting soaked so I pulled over an put a rain coat on as well which stopped the water from coming in. When ...