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... suppose to leave for Virginia City on Friday but talked about leaving Thursday instead, depending on the weather. If tomorrow as predicted by the weather forcast is right, we didn't want to sit around and do nothing again for a second day.
I looked at the proposed route, it was going north of Salt Lake and I looked at a 2nd option going through ...
... mountains and open meadows were serene as well as the silent background we enjoyed each other company.
Following the exhibition of the power of mother nature we headed back to our resort. I fixed all of dinner’s side dishes but insisted it was Dave’s job to pan fry the steak. Oh yeah, dinner was good. Because of the treats of storm watches and flash floods we stayed in our suite instead of tempting the weather. ...
... from his French chef, Honoré Julien.
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The museum is located in downtown Blackfoot, Idaho at 130 NW Main St. There is a small park with a picnic area for a relaxing lunch break. Just as an FYI ...
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 ...
... scrape of skin off my shin! After returning
our tubes we made our way to a hot pool for some soaking with the air
temperature hovering around ninety degrees! Still it felt good! If
there was any lesson learned here it is to be sure that any future
river ride must be labeled “ LAZY RIVER”.
We spent the night just off
Main Street, camped with all utilities including cable! All-in-all, a stop
we will remember. Sorry that ...