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... entering the Atomic Energy zone, far off in the distance there were industrial sites pumping out steam...definitely some Homer Simpson stuff happening out there.
Then to top it off every few miles our radio station would be interrupted by an ominous emergency service broadcast, advising us about flash floods and thunder storms, it felt like the end of the world.
I was happy to reach the civilisation of Idaho Falls and lunch.
... be less happy if I crashed and held up traffic for several hours. The ride from Salt Lake City to Jackson wasn't really all that bad. Going through Park City was probably the highest elevation. Jackson itself is quite flat and sits the "hole" created by the Tetons on one side and the Gross Vente range on the other. We were just blown away by the beauty of the Tetons. Its just awesome the way the jut out of the plain and rise so high. In early July there is still ...
... speed on all the bells and whistles of the RV. We were planning to spend a few hours with him and his family before they flew back home. With the flight changes that did not happen. In Madison's words... (After a Long and tortuous RV ride (thanks to Johnny cash) we finally made it to Jackson Hole, Wyoming. We checked out the town and went to Ripley's Believe It ...
... 160;There were two outside areas, one that was semi enclosed and had those heating lamps and then there was the place they seated us, on a deck looking out over a lawn that had, instead of moose and a river, about 25 little kids running around playing and having fun. It was about 60 degrees. When the waiter brought our drinks we asked if it would be too much trouble to move back inside, and in a minute the hostess was out, moving our stuff ...
... to the drop offs on the road's edge. We finally made it to the top, backside of the Mt and made up camp looking at two peaks. This is Bear country so I (Ruby)was nervous about that, too. But it was beautiful. Stewart took me back into the woods some and I couldn't believe all the different wild flowers. We walked through wild sage that is up to 3' high, not in bloom. The cool evening leaded itself to another good nights sleep. ...