|Headed out about 0900 this morning and took route 20 across the state to pick up I-84. Route 20 goes by the Craters Of The Moon National Monument and not much else but sagebrush. I mean desolate. I mean if you brake down out there you’ll have a $10K towing bill. Thank goodness the Lord was with us and we made it all the way through. We did stop at Craters and took the loop tour. It was very interesting and hard to imagine that this could be out in the middle of all that sagebrush. It is so totally different than all the surrounding country and it IS like you just stepped onto the moon. But it was COLD! The temperature was in the LOW 50s and the wind was howling. It was so uncomfortable that we only took one walking trail and skipped the rest, (of which I’m sure SOMEONE will say “ You mean you didn’t go see the devils orchard” or “ Man you should have gone and seen those caves. You Missed it!”) Yep, we missed it. But we were warm and you try and drive a 40 ft motor-home pulling a jeep GC around some of those corners. I almost took out one of the pillars doing it and did run over the curbs at many places, so we contented ourselves with staying on the main trail. Besides, ya seen one lava flow, ya seen em all. Plus it started raining, so we took our leave and headed on down the road. One thing we continually comment to each other on is the diversity of the terrain and how much it changes from one area to the next. It is just amazing, wondrous and beautiful. It continued to rain pretty much the rest of the way into Boise and they’re calling for more rain tonight. Hot dog, just what we need, MORE rain. It has rained 75% or more of the time we have been on the road. Guess it could be snow, so we’re not complaining. Stopped at a little campground call Mountain View RV resort. Found it on the GPS. They had room so we took it. It’s an old CG though nicely maintained but it is smack dab in the middle of an industrial park area and RIGHT next to the interstate. I’m sure at one time it was a premier RV CG. Got to hand it to the owner. He obviously wouldn’t sell out. It’s still nice, though a little noisy. But we’ve stayed at worse and it’s just for tonight so we can hang. Beats the truck stops and Walmart and at $27 almost as cheap. Hope to make Oregon tomorrow. Nighty Night.