We spent a whole month in Pocatello, Idaho to explore a part of Idaho we hadn’t seen before. For a rather quiet little rural town, we ended up having quite the month.
Our RV Park was also a Mobile home community, and early on the girls befriended a sweet girl at the playground. After that point she was over at our site nearly every day playing with barbies outside for hours.
We took advantage of guest cards at the local library, and the girls work was even displayed for the month after their participation in Lego Club. We checked out local parks, coffee shops, farmers’ markets, and even made it a weekly tradition to visit the fantastic pool on 1/2 price Wednesdays.
During our time in Pocatello we were also able to attend RiverFest, Sagebrush Art Festival, and Harvest Festival.
Mid-month some of our dear full time friends, the Sutors, were also traveling through the area. We spent one magical weekend tent camping at our old boondocking spot in the Grand Tetons. It was great to be back in one of our favorite campsites ever, and introducing it to them made it all the more special. The weekend was just as magical as our first visit.
A couple of weeks later, the Sutors made Pocatello a stop on their route so that we could spend a few more days together. We shared RV life advice, child-care, and celebration.
Very soon after they left, but unfortunately not soon enough to cross paths, our OTHER great full-time RV friends the Berthiaumes also came to Pocatello. It was a surprise to their son, Enzo, that we were meeting up, so it was very fun to surprise him at the campground entrance on the day they arrived!