Our own private Idaho

Day 3: Wednesday July 27th, 2011

Had a fantastic night visiting Mark and Tara, followed by a hearty home made breakfast. It was an incredible, beautiful morning as we pulled out of Boise at 11:30am. Followed I-84 for a short time before taking backroads all the way (hence our own private Idaho) to Wilson, Wyoming, which is just next to Jackson Hole. Stunning scenery all day today and it just got better and better all the way. Early in the day we passed the Craters Of The Moon national park, which is a large area of lava flows that make a stark landscape. Here’s the route we took today:

Update: Here are some photos, finally uploaded from the camera.

Our hosts in Boise, Mark and Tara, check out the RV

Mark and Tara’s place

Roadside lunch with a view

Climbing into the foothills on the way to Wyoming

The road to Jackson, Wyoming. We took the less travelled route.

Goodbye Idaho, hello Wyoming

2 thoughts on “Our own private Idaho”

  1. Wow, you guys have traveled such a long way already! I can’t believe we just saw you three days ago. I’m looking forward to keeping up with your blog postings.

  2. Yay! Updates from the road! Great photos, love the route maps. I’ve been thinking of you guys and hoping all is going well.

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