Craters of the Moon National Monument and Preserve

4 thoughts on “Craters of the Moon National Monument and Preserve”

  1. What an amazing place! Some of your pictures reminded me of parts of the Big Island in Hawaii. I had never heard of Craters of the Moon before, but after reading your post, I want to go see it in person. It sounds like you had a lovely time.

    Walking suspension bridges make me a little nervous when I am crossing them. I have always found it worth while to push past that nervous feeling and get to the other side.

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  2. Another very interesting post! While I have no desire to leave this planet, this National Monument definitely sounds like it is worth the trip. The view on top of the Inferno Cone looks amazing – worth the 10 minute steep walk. Was there now and ice in the snow cone the day you visited? The Shoshone Ice Cave sounds interesting, too – but cold! You have visited so many fantastic places. I’m not sure how many I will be able to visit, but at least I have visited them in your blog and learned so much about each place. Here’s to more of your adventures and safe travels!

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    1. The ranger told us there was snow but we didn’t see it from where we was standing. There was a tall fence preventing us from getting too close. I think it was installed to keep people from throwing stuff down the hole. There is more adventures to come. Have a great day.

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