Those Gas Stations from the past:
I have been waving to Bobbie over at Cottleston Pie http://100akerwood.blogspot.com/ Since we hit this beautiful state of Idaho.
Report for Tuesday:
The Utah visit was SWEET. A flavor I will cherish for a long time I hope.
It was good to see Grandpa JJ interact with two granddaughters. It was good to see Grandma Carol also.
Tuesday, Leaving Utah, the hills became less harsh and more farms, pasture, cattle and hay. We passed thru Rattlesnake Pass, wonder why no services? LOL
Once in the potato growing area the landscape was absolutely beautiful with huge circles and squares of light brown (just after gathering grain and making hay) and dark green I am assuming is potatoes. I am going by my scrawny 6 plants back home, It will be my first potato crop if it produces. LOL
Oh yeah and I don't remember the triple trailers back home.
Below the Snake river, we crossed it a couple times. The last time we crossed it we entered Oregon. Remember Evil attempted to jump the Snake?
Over all, the roads are good, the speed limit is 80, we try to stay 55-60 for a better ride.
Actually some of the flat land is too rocky to farm. It reminds me of the area of ‘Craters of the Moon’ here in Idaho.
About ½ way thru the state, we did see a lot of corn, beautiful fields.
Also taking advantage of the winds on the plains there are a lot of windmills.
My sweetheart resting at 55 miles an hour.
She told me not to put it on, but then she got on to me for not obeying her..... so..... Ain't she cute?