We continued on our way after they had gone. A little while later Jim stopped to take a picture of the trail behind us, and notice that at least one of them was following us!
It was a beautiful trail and we had lots of fun playing on the beach.
After our hike we decided to get moving so we weren't home too late. We didn't really stop for much until we got to Paris, ID. Someone had suggested that we stop and see the Paris ice cave, and that sounded kind of cool, so we took a little detour up into the canyon. After all, it was an adventure!
We got to the cave, got prepared with jackets and flashlights and headed in, only to get the biggest disappointment of the whole trip.
There was ice. There was a very small puddle of very dirty ice. And a snow drift that hadn't melted. And most of it was open to the sky, which in my mind does not equal a 'cave'.
All that wasted time... Well, you live and you learn, right? We finally made it to Bear Lake where we were just in time to get some pizza, and of course a raspberry shake, before they closed. After Bear Lake we headed straight home.
We traveled over 700 miles in a weekend, had plently of irritations, but also had plenty of fun. And now whenever anything goes wrong when we're all together, all anyone has to say is, "Adventure!" and everything is all better.