Sunday, September 29, 2013

Boise to Wyoming

We spent all of Friday in Boise, hanging out with Tom's friend John and driving up on the ridge above the city.  While we were there we had some really good food (and beer) at Bittercreek Alehouse and Bardenay. It was nice to stay in one place for a little while.

Saturday we headed out for Jackson, Wyoming.  On the way we drove through Craters of the Moon, a gigantic (over 750,00 acres!) field of lava flows.  It was pretty much impossible to take a good picture of it, but it was really cool to see.
It looked like this for miles

Most of the drive through Idaho was endless flat fields, but as we got closer to the mountains there were some really pretty views.

On our way into Wyoming we got an amazing view of the valley from the mountain pass.

Howdy Stranger - Yonder is Jackson Hole - The Last of the Old West

We went to The Roadhouse Brewery for Tom's birthday dinner. We ordered fried pickles because I had never had them before, they were really tasty! Dinner was also delicious - I had a BLT with a fried green tomato and Tom ordered the brisket with chicken fried brussel sprouts.

Today we are heading for Gillette, Wyoming.

1 comment:

  1. Wyoming looks pretty and your food choices sounded like an adventure. Mother nature is trying to blow Kodiak away. so far it's not budging!


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