Brigham City, UT
After all the excitement of the steam locomotives, we decided to stop at the Old Grist Mill Bread Company for lunch. Anytime it says bread, I’m all for it.
We had the best sandwiches on bread that was fantastic. I had sunflower wheat and ended up taking a loaf home with me. They also have several types of soup but we didn’t try any of them. I’m sure they were also excellent. If you get a chance, check it out.
Shelley, ID H 69 L 48
We almost had a hitchhiker. This baby Robin was just learning to fly and was scared to death. We left him alone and eventually he did move on.
Friday morning we covered 150 miles headed north on I-15. That is the perfect distance as far as we’re concerned. Jim was still feeling good and not too tired.
We did have to make one stop at a boat check point. They were checking to make sure our boat was clean of mussels so that we would not be infest other waters. Since our boat hasn’t been in the water for several months, we were given the okay to continue our journey.
We were thinking that we would stay at the fairgrounds in Blackfoot, ID because they have really long pull thrus and a beautiful campground area. However, there was a Good Sam Samboree happening.
So we kept going and found this really wonderful county park with 12 RV sites. It’s the North Bingham County Park near Shelley, ID. Definitely put this one on your list of places to stay. Has 30/50 amp electric and water hookups with a dump site for $18.
Looking away from our rig.
A cloud picture.