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... to the scene of the crime to find my ratchet, no, such luck. See my pic of what I think of bobbed wire, we have a history. It's a long road across the bottom of Idaho, so, when in the home of famous potatoes, we roll with the punches. After a stop at Home de Pote for a new ratchet and glue to fix the leak in my thermorest, we headed to Craters of the Moon National Monument. Most folks have told us this is a drive by, but I found it fascinating. It's like the worlds largest ...
... guided tour. We walked into Butch's office and met the receptionist who offered to take our picture in the bill signing room.
Lunch was at OPA/Cazba right down the street from the capitol. Great Lamb Kabob.
On to Twin Falls, Idaho on the Snake River.
... bombing of Pearl Harbor. As wartime hysteria mounted, President Roosevelt signed an executive order which gave the Secretary of War and military commanders the "power to exclude any persons from designated areas to secure national defense objectives against sabotage and espionage." This forced over 120,000 persons of Japanese ancestry, both American-born citizens and legal resident aliens, to leave their ...
... bunkers south of Ellensburg, dodging a blown out tire and of course the 75 mph speed limit in Idaho!
Jaxson demonstrated his new-found speed on his bike traveling across a truck stop outside Boise which had over 50 big rig trucks in total! He made as many as he could honk. The boys continue to amaze us with their content while driving and the level of which they are beginning to play and rough house ...
... was hungry.....Bliss was just a few miles away and so we stopped for lunch at to Ox Bow Cafe. Boy the size of the meals were huge, Kevin our waiter was a pretty busy guy with the locals.
Then headed into Hagerman just another few miles to our Rv spot for the night. We took a cabin since the price was not much more than camp site/tent and it was calling for thunder storms. Another friend that was on a few of our TK&A tours years ago met us at the RV Village ...