After not getting in to Yellow Stone National Park, the groups moral was broken. We travelled further down south to find hot springs close to Idaho Falls. Once we arrived at the site, we found them not only closed as well but also not charming at all. We all decided that the day was officially the worst day of our journey. Later in the afternoon, we pulled up to a gas station to fill up the cars. We started talking with the cashier who told us, that there are other hot springs which are usually only visited by locals. So we took off once more in search of hot water. We climbed a mountain, following a rather warm river in hope of finding hot spring at the top. Sadly, there were no springs to be found however, once we turned around and looked down the mountain, we were rewarded with one of the most beautiful sunsets. Idaho is vast. Very vast.