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Small Town, Big 4th of July

Boulder City, NV As with most towns (large and small) in the U.S., the 4th of July is a big deal in Boulder City, with family friendly activities all day.  The main event, again as with most towns, is a … Continue reading

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Hitting the Jackpot (Nevada) With Friends

Boulder City, NV We left Ketchum and headed south through Twin Falls, ID to Jackpot, NV.  There is nothing in Jackpot but Cactus Jack’s Casino, so we probably would not normally stay here.  But we found that good friends Steve … Continue reading

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Hiking in Sun Valley, ID

Ketchum, ID Our second day in the Sun Valley area had a pretty high probability of rain in the forecast so we didn’t want to get far from shelter.  With that in mind we walked a couple of miles on … Continue reading

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A Taste of Winter – Ketchum, ID

Ketchum, ID After our visit to Idaho Falls we headed west on US 20 for a 150 mile journey to Ketchum.  For long stretches the highway is straight and flat.    A strong cross wind made for a “hold on … Continue reading

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Idaho Falls and Grand Tetons NP

Idaho Falls, ID We continued our journey south from Butte, MT for 200 miles into Idaho.  We had reservations for a three day visit to Idaho Falls, Idaho’s second largest city (after Boise) located along the Snake River. The “falls” … Continue reading

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The Richest Hill on Earth – Butte, MT

Butte, MT We left Helena and headed south on I-15 for a short drive of about 70 miles to the city of Butte.  There was nothing in particular that we wanted to see there, but since it was on our … Continue reading

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A Visit to Helena, MT

Helena, MT When we began planning this trip, we determined that we would travel as far north as Helena before turning the motorhome to the south.  Why Helena?  Well, why not?  We wanted to explore southern Montana and, since Helena … Continue reading

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