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Travel Blogs from Soda Springs
... I visited Lava Hot Springs.
... City on I-15 then crossing the southern end of the Salt Lake on I-80. We decided to wait till tomorrow to make up our minds.
After packed our clothes and put most of our stuff in the car before we went to bed around 10:30pm.
May God bless all the people who suffered from the mud slides and their cars being washed away. Thank the Lord no one lost their ...
... 19th century. Soda Springs Geyser is one in a group of thousands of natural carbonated springs in the area and was a landmark on the Oregon Trail.
Today the city is also known as the location of the Soda Springs Geyser, which was unleashed in 1934 when "town fathers" were looking for hot water for a "hot pool" bathing attraction. Instead they drilled into a chamber of highly pressurized carbon dioxide gas and cold water ...
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 ...
... co-eds ahead of us. As it turned out, the girls
were vacationers, not locals. We followed them down over a steep bank to
where the rivers bend just below a large waterfalls. The fact that they were below the larger falls might have been our only saving grace!
Looking back on it all now I realize that this is the point where I failed to follow the
first rule of whitewater rafting,
SCOUT THE RIVER!
The girls were soon off and with more ...