We passed a winery on the way that had vacancies so back we went and tucked in for the night. It came equipped with a vineyard, tasting room, golf course and restaurant.
History buffs will find Glenn's Ferry an interesting place to explore. It is an important stop along the Oregon Trail as early travelers had to cross the Snake River. Many wagons and stock were lost in the attempts to cross the widest river crossing the pioneers faced.
We headed into the little town for a look. We drove up and down the historic little town checking out all the sights and sounds.
Obviously these town folks take great pride in their little town. There were many historic buildings and the newest occupants have taken great pride to make the most of their history.
Often when driving through a town or city, I find it fun to imagine if this would be a place that I could see myself living. I like small historic towns, with a local grocery store, a doctors clinic and the essentials .with a city nearby for any major shopping or needs.
We enjoy driving through the streets looking to see what kind of housing is available.
Hailey likes a town that you can walk everywhere,
and it MUST have a Subway.
This cute little town had something that made it a special place in our hearts....
|Darlene and David Gianelli|
This locally bakery is owned and operated by a delightful husband and wife team that served up yummy chocolate donuts and turnovers along with friendly conversation.
They told us about another place we should check out in town. So off we went... A sweet little RV park that fits right into the spirit of this little town. It is owned by two little Sister on the Fly and has been turned into a place worthy of a frontier town.
The owners have been helping a local woman fix up her vintage trailer for an extended trip to find a new place to live after her time has taken some unexpected changes.
They have helped others fix their trailers and helped women get their lives back on track.
Rv's living right in the wild west.