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... fixing the airbags - I cannot explain how rough the ride was - everytime we hit a bump **** fell everywhere....needless to say it was a necessity. We camped that night at Batise springs RV park - it was beautiful and empty - the nice old gentleman that ran it even let us keep the dogs off leash.....it was so gorgeous....we spent the evening sitting out and enjoying all the joys and bumps of traveling on the road :) Tommorrow ...
... to Buffalo Meadows RV Park near Fort Hall at a bit before four PM. Signup is done at one of the Cages in the Casino. The price seems to go up two dollars each time we're here, but it's a nice park, with full hookups.
I got two five dollar bills in change so we could try our luck at the machines. The big challenge is understanding these "penny" machines before you start to play. ...
... carrying U.S. Highway 93 over the Snake River Canyon. Perrine Bridge is approximately 1,500 feet long and 486 feet above the Snake River. The elevation of the road deck is approximately 3,600 feet (1,097 m) above sea level. The bridge serves as the Twin Falls area's main link to Jerome County and Interstate 84.
Originally named the Twin Falls-Jerome Intercounty Bridge, a steel cantilever bridge was opened to traffic ...
We headed further south along the I-5, spotting lots of other AB plates along the way. They were mostly cars, not too many RV's. We stopped at an interesting place called Wolf Creek so that we could fuel up and stretch our legs. It looked like it had a history as a hunting/fishing "resort" but had hit the skids. There were a couple of signs ...
... 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.