We spent the entire day stopping at fun places along the way. We stopped and saw a Lava national park which was called "Craters of the Moon" which was really neat. The folks that made it a park called it Craters of the Moon because they felt that is what it resembled. A long time ago, astronauts used to come to the area to practice. In reality - they found that it isn't like the moon's surface at all, but the name stuck.
Then we stopped at Balanced Rock. This is exactly what it sounds like - a rock that looks like it is balancing on another rock. IT was really cool. It was a bit of a hike up to the rock, but well worth it.
We drove by Thousand Springs State park - not enough time to stop, but we could see many of the water falls from the road. Then before we knew it we were back in Boise and settling in for our last night before heading home.
We had a great vacation. I cannot believe how beautiful Idaho is. If I would have known what we were missing, I would have gone a long time ago.
At Craters of the Moon an Artist made a rendition of a Lava Tube
We walked to the top of this lava hill. It was super windy, but great views!
there was snow down inside one of the deep caves in the lava
Balanced Rock area
Thousand Springs State Park
Last dinner in Idaho.