Near Sun Valley. We visited the hotel and saw one of the ice shows and admired the fireworks.
Caution? Why? All that traffic, or do they mean watch out for that Dutch girl riding her bike with the twins in tow? We rented the bike and trailer and had lots of fun. To make our Dutch biking habit even more known we even did some minor grocery shopping. Lots of people smiling. All three kids loved riding in their roofed seats. We never saw these kind of cars in Holland, so as soon as we were back I started searching for one, but was horrified to learn that the only company that sold them asked over 400 Euros! As much I loved to be able to bike again with the kids this was too much money. Now, 10 years later they are all over the place and prices have gone down considerably but at the time it was an unique thing. Alas not for me.
The RV we rented was outfitted to sleep up to 7 people, but they clearly weren't thinking about two babies. After all, what crazy people would ever dream of flying all the way from Europe to Seattle with two babies and a toddler? Well, we did. A fair amount of preparation was spent on thinking of a solution how to make a bed for them they could safely sleep in while we were sleeping too....
This is what we came up with. Around bedtime we would put them to bed in the main large bed and when we prepared to go to bed ourselves, we would divide the bunk bed (made from the sofa + table area) into two separate babycots. With the help of a carseat the cushions served as divider. My dad came up with these fold-out contraptions he took with him in his suitcase (!) to ensure the footend of their beds so they would not crawl out there either!