A Peaceful Sanctuary
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking rooms
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... I know part of me will die on this trip. And I also know there will be a new birth.
I got to Twin Falls Idaho tonight. Came in about 830. Then I had some Chinese food. Got into my hotel at the Hampton Garden Inn. Seems brand-new and very nice. I even use my concierge service on the Acura to book the reservation.
The drive was pretty uneventful ...
... they could have possible been from that era. Unfortunately we were a little past 5, so the rest of the ghost town houses were closed off. So, we left for Eagle, Idaho to stay one more night with Scott's mom. Detour to Garrett's. I had the chance to meet Garrett's parents, which are like Scott's second family. They are the ones that introduced Scott to our church and supported him through that difficult time. Their family had to go to a wedding reception, so Scott and I ...
The weather was cool and lightly overcast this morning. Perfect weather for a drive! The temperature is supposed to reach 94 degrees this afternoon so we must depart before it gets too warm for our furry friends.
We start up the Coburg Road through vast farmland. Less than three miles up the road we reach Coburg, pop. 1083 souls, which is a National Historic Site. The city was founded on the land claim of John Diamond who settled here in 1847. The city ...
... weeks. She said that since it gets so hot, and it causes a lot of deaths - clothes are optional in the state for those times that it is above 101 degrees. There is also a yearly "Wiggle til it Jiggles" contest for the non-clothed. So I'm hanging out for a few months here.....getting my "Wiggle & Jiggle" on the front page!! Okay, the first sentence above was correct.......I might have day-dreamed ...
... had similar knowledge.
Out of Ukiah, we took Hwy 395. It was there, just about a half mile north of Fox, Oregon that we had our only conversation with a peace officer. We crested a hill and just as Brian saw the Oregon State Trooper car, his radar detector went off. Almost as quickly, the car’s overhead lights came on. Well ****. Knowing that he’d need time to turn around, and spying the small town of Fox very close, we ...