Monday, August 4, 2014

Nampa to Sunset

Kathi and I spent Friday night at the Garrity RV Park in Nampa, Idaho. The park was crowded. They have empty spaces, but they are too short for big motorhomes. Most Garrity RV park denizens are permanent.

We got out of Nampa as soon as we had coffee and went back to the Jerome County Fairgrounds in Jerome, Idaho. They would only let us stay one night because they were gearing up for the annual Jerome County Fair.

We saw a lot of hay, corn and dairy cattle on the trip. A lot of corn in Idaho is used for animal feed. They pull a tractor with a shredder that cuts corn stalks at ground level and shreds the stalks, leaves and corn, then a hopper feeds directly into trucks that deliver the shredded plants to an animal food processing plant.

We left Jerome Sunday morning and moved to Golden Spike RV in Brigham City, Utah. The Golden Spike was a nice RV park with paved roads and spaces. They had long pull-throughs for overnight guests. Wifi in the park was great with a strong signal.

Monday we made it to Charlie's Service in Sunset, Utah and they have already started repairs on our motorhome. They have about ten RVs in for service at differing stages of repair. We are not sure how long we will be here, but they are such friendly people we do not care.

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