The Ashton Inn and RV Park
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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If a picture paints a thousand words, then how can we describe today? This entry could be long!
Ann said yesterday that some days are glorious, some are hard work, and some are just riding. Today was not just riding, but it was both glorious and (from Ann's perspective) hard work!
We arose later than intended, seeing as Ann didn't get back from Pocatello until after 10:30 and the lights didn't go out til after ...
... 5 miles almost I think this is odd lol so lets just say until I need a lot of stuff I will not be going to walmart to have pictures done lol. This town does have a Frostop drive-in and it is great the Rootbeer was so good in the frosty mug when we got ready to leave this little old lady took my hand and said "honey where you from" I guess I didn't fit in with my shorts and tee shirt and no coat like Everyone else lol but she was so nice she invited ...
... have to see it to understand the beauty of the work. Apparently once the cabin was fully completed and the word got around of his work, people would come from all over the US and outside the US to see his cabin. He never married, his only companion was his dog. When he died his sole heirs were his sisters. The sisters sold the cabin, the new owners had it designated as a historical site but had to go through the ...
Day 3 started out not so bad, but soon turned cold & rainy. Our first stop was Big Springs. It is a Natural National Landmark producing over 120 million gallons of water each day and is one of the 40 largest natural springs in the world. With a constant temp of 52 degrees, it is home to rainbow trout, muskrats, ducks, moose & it is not unusual to see osprey & eagles dive for a meal of fresh fish from the springs. The water is so clear you can see every fish, rock, ...
... Anthony Public Library and gave them a set of Will James books. That is the last set that we had with us. Eastern Idaho is real ranch country and they were excited to get these books on cowboys, horses and the rodeo.
The sandhill cranes are probably wishing that they had stayed south a little while longer.