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... Then the best part came last… the Indian tunnel. We climbed down a staircase into this massive tunnel that must have once been a vast lava tube. Parts of the tunnel had collapsed so there was plenty of natural light (because we didn’t think to bring flashlights) and it ran about 800 feet before you climbed up and out. Along the way we had to climb up and over large lava rocks where the tube had collapsed making this by far, one of the coolest things we have seen ...
We drove about 500 miles back across Nevada and into Idaho....it took about 9 hours including stops. Not much to see along the way.
We are sitting in the RV listening to the USA/Portugal game since we can't get it on TV.
I think we are gonna make a pass through Yellowstone National Park tomorrow.
... to cook them, cut up in foil on the fire, but was able to cook them on the grill) They actually were pretty good. And we were able to fulfill her objective for her visit to Idaho.
This is my second visit to Twin Falls. 20 years ago, I flew out of Twin Falls after spending Christmas with my college boyfriend's family in Rupert. That seems like a lifetime ago.
... of the Lehman Caves, which took us approximately 150 feet underground! The park is seldom crowded, and hikers often have the whole trail to themselves.
Hagerman Fossil Beds National Monument, Hagerman, Idaho. A local rancher discovered fossil beds in the 600-foot-high bluffs rising above the Snake River in the late 1920's. This led to the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History expeditions in the ...
... Abe" (the Lincoln - get it?) preformed flawlessly. It handled well in the wind, and got a reasonable 26.1 MPG at the first refueling. We arrived here at 4:30 PM MST. Have spent some time getting organized - like getting the "portable" oxygen system set up, etc. This was the longest day we have planned at about 440 Mi. The rest are under 400 each ...