I don't really know if this leg of our travelogue is very interesting. Tuesday morning, we left Elko, NV pretty early as we are both early risers.
I'm adding two additional songs to my play list for the week:
Wide Open Spaces by the Dixie Chicks and Tumbling Tumbleweeds by Sons of the Pioneers.
The landscape is very stark, and these girls are used to towering trees and mountain vistas. Even though we've been sticking to the main roads, they are empty. Maybe the price of gas is keeping folks' home. I paid $6.36 a gallon in Lovelock, NV. It was $2.00 cheaper here in Idaho.
We arrived at Pocatello in the early afternoon. We got hopelessly lost (while Gail was driving) and ended up on a hilltop to get a scenic view of the town. I don't think my navigation system was connecting to the satellite, so our huge detour wasn't totally her fault.
We found our way to Sew In Stitches and met the owners, Becky and Tracey. They are a hoot, and they are sisters too! Check out their Facebook Live shows when they have them. We made a grand entrance into the shop when Gail set off the car alarm. Neither one of us could find our keys very quickly to turn it off. How embarrassing. Have you noticed yet that everything is Gail's fault? Isn't that what little sisters are for? I'm getting back at her for chasing me with a pitchfork when we were little.