Monday, September 14, 2015

Jackson, Wyoming and on to Idaho Falls, Idaho

We stopped in Jackson, Wyoming at the Visitor’s Center. It’s a large building with a lot of information and a video to watch about the National Elk Refuge that is there.


We went through another pass. Glad we got through before it snowed. This road is a 10% grade.


The weather is taking a turn for the worse; they’re talking about rain and cold, and snow in the mountains. I’m glad we’re through the passes.  We went to Idaho Falls Walmart and there were 9 other campers there with us for the night. Guess nobody wanted to be on the road. It rained and was windy.  The weather forecast called for some upcoming cold nights so we checked for campgrounds in the area or in the Crater of the Moon National Monument (where we’re going).  We found a county park in Shelley, ID that is $20/night for 30/50 amp electric and water, dump station. It’s about 13 miles south of Idaho Falls.  I’ll do a separate post for that.


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