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... I need to get this angle!" . We are leaving and heading up north to our second farm next Wendsday. We are going to make a few stops along the way....Ennis, Cliffs of Moher, Sligo and then Moville where our second farm is. Its funny, everybody told us to bring lots of warm clothes and rain gear and it hasn't rained a drop on us since we have been here! It rained at night a few times and a little mist during the day but it ...
Did a 20 mile white water rafting trip of the lower main Salmon River.
Met with the rafting crew at 7.30 am for our drive up to the drop in spot.
Was a beautiful sunny day of about 85 degrees with a few clouds shading us from the hot sun. Initially there were 6 passengers in the large raft with one single seater inflatable ...
... Being Left Coast Southerners we are sissies. Towing a 14,000 5th wheel down a road fraught with black ice does not sound inviting. Our lack of driving experience in the cold and slippery will cut our visit short........ as will our pink noses.
An unexpected disadvantage of visiting McCall this time of year is of all things, the time zone. McCall is in the most western of the Mountain Time Zone. It doesn't get light here until 0800 hours where a ...
... Concrete barriers one one side and a basalt cliff on the other. Most drivers favor hugging the double yellow line in the middle of the road, including this one. We make it through unscathed- again.
A few miles down the road we come to the outskirts of McCall. We turn right on Mission, then Scott Road down to McCall RV Resort. We set up and relax the rest of the evening.
This morning Jil's brother Rob came over to visit. Later we head over to visit ...
... The French are also using facilities to research nuclear power. It was a interesting place to visit. The next visit was to the Crators of the Moon. This is a huge area of some 50 square miles of volcanic material or lava. It is like a dump truck has dumped piles and piles of rubble over this huge area. This area is only 10,000 years old (young in this day and age). The astronauts trained here for the moon landing. We saw our first eagle today. Well ...