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  • Day6

    Wells to Salmon 606km

    August 3, 2019 in the United States ⋅ ☀️ 13 °C

    Good day on the road. Early start at the truckstop for coffee & talk with some interstate truckie. Called into Snake Harley-Davidson for a coffee & to check out the merch. Arrived on the scene just after 2 car accidents at Twin Falls (famous for the canyon Evil Kinevil was supposed to have jumped) today, Police everywhere. Alot of varying speed limits today after the hard out 70mph in Nevada today was alot of 55 - 65 with a little at 70mph. Alot of the day was following the Salmon River up a gorge with good big curves & nice seal. Only saw Collins pegs on the road in one corner! Made it to Salmon 6pm, tents up, cold shower & dinner at BK! 😎Read more

  • Day7

    North Fork

    August 4, 2019 in the United States ⋅ ☀️ 12 °C

    En route early heading for the Chief Joseph Pass before going to an 11am church service in Lo Lo Montana. Ed at the gas station warned us to watch out for deer. Seen them, coyote (or wolf, not sure) & eagles on the road. Taking it slow as everyone here has told us they're everywhere. This place is beautiful, looks like summer holiday spot with all the campers. Salmon was friendly but pretty backward oldish town. The bike shot has a real estate sign beside it but I wouldn't want to be selling it here. Ride hard 😎Read more

  • Day30

    Route of the Hiawatha

    August 29 in the United States ⋅ ☀️ 21 °C

    This bicycle trip was one of the best adventures we had so far. 25 km of railroad track that has been converted into a beautiful biking trail. There were 10 completely dark tunnels, including a long 2.75 km one that took 15 minutes to go through, as well as 7 trestle bridges up to 70 meters high. It was a journey that took half a day and was very rewarding and satisfying.

    -Adi
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  • Day28

    Coeur d’Alene

    August 27 in the United States ⋅ ☀️ 28 °C

    On our way from Washington to Montana we stopped at this beautiful town. We ate great pizza and ice cream, bought Tal new bicycles and got wet at the playground 💦

    - Orit

  • Day80

    Natalie’s grandparents, MAF & Bynums

    September 14 in the United States ⋅ ⛅ 68 °F

    We stayed Sunday night in Nampa, Idaho boondocking at the Bynum’s home. We served together in Bolivia. Their daughter would babysit and son Aaron was in Ellen’s class. Kathy also gave our girl’s piano lessons. It was fun to see them.

    Monday, we stopped in at the MAF headquarters and got a quick tour. Gene Jordan gave us a tour (his parents would come frequently to Bible Memory Association Camp back in the 70’s. I had fond memories of them). We also met up with Brian who attended Moody with me. His wife, Connie and I graduated together.)

    We then continued on to Natalie’s grandparents! What gems! Natalie works with us in Guatemala.
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  • Day7

    Soda Fountain, Soda Springs ID

    June 21, 2018 in the United States ⋅ ☀️ 21 °C

    Whilst today has been mainly just a driving day we ha e seen some different country. Driving some minor roads through Utah. Utah of course is mainly Mormon as it was the Mormons settled these and farmed these lands in the late 1800s.

    There is some amazing history of those times in the Oregon trail that passes through this region. The Tabernacle (photo below) is a monument to those times.

    We passed through Ephriam, Coalville, Evanston, Paris, Laketown Garden City. We also stopped in Montpelier to visit the bank now a museum that was robbed by Butch Cassidy and accomplices, before arriving in Soda Springs.

    Laketown and Garden City sit on the shores of Bear Lake, a huge expanse of water. There is a species of fish that habitats here that is only otherwise found in Washington. The theory is that the lakes are connected via subterranean caves, this is unproven as the lake is so deep it has not yet been proven.

    Soda Springs is so named by the geyser was discovered here that provided a source of commercial grade drinkable carbonated Soda Water.
    It was a large source of revenue for the town.

    Now the geyser is controlled with releases on the hour, it is very impressive. We took a cup and drank straight from the geyser after the release. It was perfect.

    We chatted with a local girl who educated us about a number of local facts and has suggested that next time we are here to contact her mother who would be more than happy to play host and tour guide.

    A cold beer and a shared meal at the local Pub and the day is complete. Another stunning day weatherwise.

    Heading to Jackson tomorrow where snow has been falling.
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  • Day82

    Irgenwo am Fluss bei 33°

    August 2, 2019 in the United States ⋅ ☀️ 28 °C

    Wieder 3 Tage an einem Ort verbracht, wahrscheinlich brauchen wir die Zeit um die ganzen Eindrücke der letzten Wochen zu verarbeiten.
    Außerdem war es schwer Felix aus dem Wasser raus zu kriegen... noch ein bisschen länger und er wäre mit den Fischen davon geschwommen! 😁Read more

  • Day63

    Letterbox in Idaho

    August 28 in the United States ⋅ ☀️ 72 °F

    While in Kalispell I got my letterboxing supplies since I let my bag in Guatemala.

    Now I can really letterbox!

You might also know this place by the following names:

Idaho, ID, አይዳሆ, أيداهو, ܐܝܕܐܗܘ, ايداهو, Idaho suyu, Aydaho, آیداهو ایالتی, Айдахо, Штат Айдаха, इडाहो, আইডাহো, ئایداھۆ, İdaho, Αϊντάχο, آیداهو, Oi-tha̍t-hòt, ‘Ikahō, איידהו, Aydawo, Այդահո, ᐄᑖᓲ, アイダホ州, აიდაჰო, ಐಡಹೋ, 아이다호 주, Idahum, Айдагьо, آیداھو, Aidahas, Aidaho, Ајдахо, ഐഡഹോ, आयडाहो, အိုင်ဒါဟိုပြည်နယ်, आइदाहो, Nímasii Kʼidadilyéhé, ਆਇਡਾਹੋ, आइडाहो, اڈاہو, ऐडहो, Aidahs, ஐடஹோ, ఐడహొ, รัฐไอดาโฮ, Aydaxo Shitati, ایڈاہو, 爱达荷州, Айдах, איידעהא, 愛達荷州

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