Boise Guest House
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... our order and brings us our beverages. On Heidi’s suggestion, we both order the Bar Harbor Lobster Bake which has lobster, shrimp, mussels, and scallops in a garlicky sauce on linguine as well as an artichoke and lobster dip. Our dinners come with soup and of course there are the complimentary biscuits. The food is so yummy and we eat until we are bursting. A seafood feast and a nice meal out.
With dinner done and still early in the evening, ...
... was less than ten years old when the prison was built east of Boise. From its beginnings as a single cell house, the penitentiary grew to a complex of several distinctive buildings surrounded by a 17-foot-high sandstone wall. The stone was quarried from the nearby ridges by the resident convicts, who also assisted in later constructions.
Over its 101 years of operation, the penitentiary received ...
... fake. Everything looked like a surreal picture in some perfect outdoor world calender. John and I could definitely live out here and not get bored.
Our only stop today was at the John Day Fossil Rock Bed visitor's center. We were hoping there was some sort of over look that the Mauger's remembered stopping at before but it was not the right place. We did take a quick look at the fossil displays in the center and at the beautiful hills outside. We also ...
... so, then back to Boise end of May'ish. Beyond that, the rest will unfold with time and travel.That's a lot of days/weeks/months, and mysterious adventures to be had from point A to point B and beyond!!
That's what this blog is about....filling in the blanks.. with no real plan!! A little about us..I'm an obsessive planner, spontaneity has never been a word used to describe myself! I always know where we ...
... endanger species breeding program. Most impressively we saw three California Condors (The biggest bird of prey in North America). There are currently only around 400 of these birds left in the world which was even closer to extinction 30 years ago when there was a mere 22. All 22 birds at that time were captured and put into a breeding program and now this center holds the most captive in the world (All of their young will be released into the wild i should ...