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We've had a great last few days in Idaho. A highlight for me was playing with Jack. He would learn so quick! First he'd sit on my lap while we watched Jeremy and Chris play a game. Then he grabbed a wallet and we started handing cards back and forth. Then he found the cash! It was a great spending time with the Johnson family. Thank you Kim and Robert for everything this visit. It was great spending time with you and we look forward to seeing you again before 2015 is up. Happy New ...
... the town's history, including this patch that shows the sign posted just outside of town. We passed the sign itself several times along I-90 but always going too fast to take a photo. Legend has it that the town got its start when Noah Kellogg lost track of his donkey, and when he finally found it, it was standing next to an outcropping of silver ore.
... out for dinner, but the lateness and the weather...Rats! I just checked back at what I wrote and you already know about the food part...
Anyway, it snowed a good four inches here in K-town, on top of the eight or so inches from yesterday. The motel slept good, regardless of whether it didn't really appeal to Lynn as much as to me. Is this a guy thing, or what??
Anyway, again, the breakfast was tolerable and we met Cheryl, on her day ...
... to see.
As we passed the small town of Moro the valley opened up and there in the distance were hundreds of wind mills as we got closer to the Colombian river we noticed some were in Washington State and some in Oregon lots of power there. The hydro damn on the river was really interesting to see, this river is huge. This river is the largest river in the Pacific NW region of ...
... for the night. Alaska would have to wait for another trip. On the trip back to Whistler, the steering grew even heavier and the seizing was occurring nearly every time the steering wheel was turned--which on switchbacks was limitless. We drove slowly to Whistler checking into a different hotel (This time with A/C!) arriving at 12;45 am We agreed to stay two nights because we were wrecked. Tristan slept to 11:30 and enjoyed the hotel room most of the day. We ...
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