April 29th another travel day to Victor, Idaho. It was amazing to see, what has to be, thousands of acres of beautifully groomed soil for the crop of Idaho, the potato! Victor is a little town known as “The End of the Line”. Back in the 1940’s it was the end of the line for passengers and shippers transiting Teton Pass into Jackson Hole and the southern entrance to Yellowstone. A drive-in movie theatre called “ The Spud” was a blast from our past, with a potato theme! The Teton Valley Resort is a fine resort, although upon our arrival they are under going some renovations which will be quite nice when completed.
The next days weather was not what Floridians like to see! It was a good day for running errands and picked up some supplies at a great little grocery store called Broulims. Since it snowed much of the day it became one of those restful hang out in the RV days.
Tomorrow the Tetons!