The Ashton Inn and RV Park
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Travel Blogs from Ashton
... boasts as the "World's Largest Potato Seed Producer," and I could see why. There are fields as far as you can see, for tens of miles. Even though it was past sunset the moon shone on the snow-covered fields illuminating our way. The back roads became even more isolated as we were the only car on the road for miles. I'm sure AAA does not service this ...
... as they came up to mix their raspberry lemonades (they were doing a brisk business on those today – go figure). The first question was usually, "Where are you from?" Let’s face it: locals don’t sit at the bar on Sunday.
It never occurred to me that there are banks that don’t have ATM machines. The first bank I found had a machine, but it was out of cash (I soon ...
Went to see a couple of attractions. We took advantage of also planning to go to the grocery store which happens to be 30 miles from our campground. The store and the attractions were along the same route. First we went to Big Springs. It's a Huge! Spring that generates water for the Snake River. At this spring there is a cabin that is a historical site. A man named Johnny Sack built and lived here in a cabin from ...
OK I know y'all are tired of hearing how hard the wind was blowing, believe me I'm tired of the wind and how hard it blows in Idaho! The ride into Ashton was very flat but with the headwinds as strong as they wjre it made it a very difficult ride. When we arrived at Jessen's, we asked the owner if we could help her around her park with any chores for a free night( her price ...
Snow drifts ten feet,
Snow piled in middle of street,
Plows work to remove,
Snow eight feet high on shoulder,
White as far as eye sees,
White for miles,
Can summer be ...
How has this motel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed