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... to ask for a part refund from the manager in the morning. It worked fine but we would still ask for a refund.
We found out that the time had gone forward an hour at some point in the journey so our eating options were getting a bit limited by the time we walked out into the town. It’s a really pleasant summers evening. The town is hard to describe, it’s like I’ve seen it before a few times on Man Vs Food. Everything is ...
... waiting. They were OK with us leaving the dogs in the car (and they kept the car parked nicely in the shade/indoors!) since neither D nor I wanted to wrangle 3 dogs in the waiting area for the entire time. The kids brought their technology devices, and I caught up on some internet surfing while D was reading a smutty novel. To our surprise, the car was DONE in about an hour. Then we left, and searched out some lunch. First ...
... the most delicious in our minds. Not a word of a lie, it was easily one of the best meals of our entire lives. Fergie, literally, finished his meal within 5 minutes. He INHALED it and then couldn't stop talking about it for the next two hours. None of us could. We were in love. My brother stood up, took a big swig of his beer, and said "Where's Bobby!? We have to let him know!" Bobby was our excellent server for the evening and he didn't even need to ...
30 June 315 miles Salmon to Boise ( nearly via Arco ) This day was supposed to be a great ride revisited. And it was. Mostly. Started off sweeping corners, no one around, fanging along. Stopped in a little place called Challis, and discussed how different the road looked travelling in the opposite direction. Discussed that there was a turnoff to the right in a while. Drove onwards chatting and sightseeing, for another 60 miles before saying ...
... on TV!
We got into camp late - it's a KOA, so it's lovely, but the pitches were titchy - and the dinner group got our grub on whilst Graeme collected money from the rest of us for food kitty, the hotel in Las Vegas (it's called Bill's Gambling Hall...which sounds dodgy to me), and our activities for the next two weeks; we're going horse riding, on a jeep tour of Monument Valley, in a helicopter over the Grand Canyon, in a limo in Vegas, and whitewater ...
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