Twin Falls had been a Union Pacific passenger train stop. We walked to where the passenger depot should have been, but couldn’t find it.
My Dad spotted this shadow of the name “MAGIC” on a bank building.
My Dad takes photos of unusual things…he said his family vacationed at Sun Valley in the mid 1960’s.
The Orpheum Theater was built in 1921. This is now…
…and this is from the 1920’s.
Yesterday afternoon, we crossed the Idaho-Oregon border. At the Clarion Inn in Ontario, Oregon, a female Spaniel-Retriever mix was a guest at the room adjacent to ours…her name is GiGi. Initially, she showed me some lip and teeth, but I showed her my backwards hopping skills and the play position, I won her over for some very spirited chase me – chase you and tussling.
This is GiGi. She was reluctant to play with me, but I am very persuasive.
ONIONS! Parked in an open lot behind the Clarion was four trailers of ONIONS! The smell of onions was everywhere…go figure.
Next, the push to Portland to meet My Dad’s sister, Mary, at PDX.