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Travel Blogs from Soda Springs
Set off and drove to Bear Lake with Andrew and family following in their camper van. Set up camp on the lake shore. Kids went in the water, and kayaked, while we snoozed after lunch. Then had a paddle to confirm the water WAS cold. BarBQ dinner, constantly trying to keep Emerson out of the fire. Lovely spot and so good for us all to be able to relax and chat together, in a peaceful ...
We were traveling from one small town to the next, some of which barely had enough residents for it to be considered a "town" back east. As we exited Montpelier, I noticed what appeared to be an old abandoned church. Of course, as I have noted before, I enjoy photographing old buildings. So we quickly pulled to the side of the road and I snapped a few photos of this church ...
... go wrong....an hour later 18 minutes from Downata Hot Springs we blew one of our dually tires. For those of you who have never blew a tire - lets just say I almost pooped my pants. We waited for a tow/tire change for 3 hours on the road (side of the highway I should mention) while discussing how close the big trucks were coming to us and how I would not like to die on the *******. ...
452 miles traveled today
14 1/2 hours on the road
First things first. We headed out at 9 to capture a glimpse of Old Faithful. She did not disappoint! While there we paid a visit to the RV auto station to have air put in the Eagle's tires. Because of something funky with her valves the tires had to be removed to do so. The upside is it took less than the predicted hour and we are pretty sure the mechanic is Johanna's ...
... line of river
tubers marching back to the upper end of this natural wonder, a cross
between a log flume and a watery bobsled ride down stream. Staying
true to its wild west image, there are no clear beginning or end points
for the river's quick sweep under the foot bridges, lined with spectators, along
its way. If this sounds like your kind of excitement imagine how
ready I was as we set-out for our downriver run.
With the time we have ...