( Writing this from Moab, Utah on Oct. 15, Willow Spring Road, BLM. As you can probably tell, I was able to organize the photos and get them ready for when we got into good internet reception. )
After Lake Como, while still on U.S. 93, our next campground was Joe T. Fallini in Mackay, Idaho. We fell in love with Mackay, definitely a must-return-to place for us. A beautiful valley with gorgeous farms and so many backroad driving trails, in the week we stayed there we only touched on some of the great scenery. Joe T. is a BLM campground on a reservoir lake with electric and water at every site and a sheltered picnic table and grill at every site also. The fee was $15. /day ( $7.50 w/ national pass). I have lots of pictures I want to share of this area because everything started to look so different from anything we had seen before.
The dark green roof is a home built right under that huge rock outcropping and it was right on 93.
And that just covered the first day driving around, checking things out. The next post I have more pictures of Mackay.