Idaho Lava

Who knew there was so much lava in Idaho? Or nuclear reactors? We didn’t. At least we knew about the potatoes.

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The potato museum was a bust (not open) so we kept rolling to Craters of the Moon National Monument.  I don’t know why it’s a ‘monument’ and not a park, but it was an interesting place. We did a few hikes and Bode loved exploring the lava tubes. Then, camping in a lava field.

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2 thoughts on “Idaho Lava

  • May 23, 2015 at 9:11 AM
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    How fun. Hey Bode – How are those lava tubes formed? At what temperature?

  • May 26, 2015 at 12:56 PM
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    Joe and I stopped at Craters of the Moon on our bike trip in 99 – I found it very weird as well. Lots of twisted trees from the sustained winds. Glad you are all doing well –

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