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... and dusted with coconut flakes. It is about as big as a small potato and pretty dang delicious. We picked up a bag of rejects and a couple other chocolate treats.
To walk off all the samples that we ate we drove to the Morrison Knudsen Nature Center to walk around the short trails and admire the wildlife. We walked by some ponds and saw large fish. There was a viewing place for otters but we did not see any. My favorite animal that we ...
Having traveled most of the way to Boise the previous day, we had a short trip into Boise to visit Lindsey, Jaxon and Parker. We arranged a birthday party in a nearby park then visited a couple of the beautiful parks in downtown Boise along the river.
I think Darlene should give her impressions of that fun day with the grandchildren:
We arrived at Lindsey's around noon – opening the door to ...
... I thought he would. It was a huge area and all fenced so he had a great time. Couple days later Ryan took us to a trail along the Yellowstone River where the dogs could be unleashed and run around, when they got home they were all ready for a nap! So as you can see Dunker has had a great time as well!! Adding more photos this time do you can take a look at The Big Sky ...
... cleavage that would make Dolly Parton jealous and he ate SO much. At McDonald’s he got a huge meal and then about 20 minutes later he got 20 burritos and proceeded to eat them all one after the other like he was eating peanuts. Finally, there was this lady who reminded me of the scene in Willy Wonka when the girl turns into a blue berry; she wasn’t blue but she did remind me of a giant berry, as short as she was round. ...
... pose before a blackout screen; or stand behind the bars. The little girl did both; dramatic scenes; she pulled a look of anguish out; I heard the camera click. The teen played cell phone games, not much impressed. Just visiting. I headed for the gate into the Yard. “Don't miss Siberia,” the lady selling tickets said. “It’s the worst.”
To my surprise, roses greeted me. Not just one thorny bush, but rows of color ...
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