On the Snake River at Massacre Rocks State Park

Massacre Rocks State Park (Sept. 27-30, 2015) Massacre Rocks State Park is located about 10 miles west of American Falls, Idaho. It’s right off the interstate, but far enough to not hear the highway noises. The park had few guests at this time of year, so we had the luxury of picking a spot with…

Snaking Around Idaho

Glenns Ferry, Idaho (Sept. 23-27 2015) Glenns Ferry, Idaho is on the Snake River.  We’ve spent a lot of time and several locations on the Snake River.  The Snake River was named after the Shoshone Indians.  It is said this tribe used to carry sticks decorated liked snakes to scare others.  However, there are many…

Harvest Hosts – Sleeping with the Chickens

Today we started out slow leaving Emigrant Springs State Park in Oregon. After having breakfast (or should I call it brunch?), we hooked up the jeep (known as a “toad”) and headed southeast. While driving down from the mountains, the scenery was stunning. It was a pleasant drive, listening to Click & Clack, the tappet…

Snake River in Washington

August 26, 2015   Leaving the Smoke in Idaho and Arriving at the Snake River in Washington Leaving Coeur d’Alene when the wildfire warnings were extreme and the winds were picking up gave us a little comfort, but we still feel bad for all the communities that are affected. The Pacific Northwest is dry this…