Travel Blogs from Boise
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# of times we did laundry: 9
#of languages we know how to say Butterfly in: 30
... It was hazy. The wildfire's plumes had floated down from sun valley and turned everything yellow. At a gravel turnoff 5 miles west of the Monument, I pulled off and jumped on Pink Performance toward the monument (It costs half if you are a bicyclist). Some would say this is cheap and possibly cheating. I would tell them to get out of their climate-controlled petrol pod and pedal. The nice thing was...that the only vehicles that take this road are ...
I live in Boise, Idaho. It's where I go to college. This is where I will be doing all of my European research.
Every time I think about my upcoming trip, I get a little bit more excited.
Every night, I gaze at the extra large world map, thinking, 'Soon, I will be on the other side of the map'.
I started this blog to narrate not only my trip, but my planning.
It all has to ...
... the Idaho Penitentiary were modeled on the Auburn system.
The National Prison Association, formed by private individuals in 1870, lobbied for the reform of criminals through education and vocational training. Wardens argued that involvement of prisoners in some kind of work is the best agent for preserving order, and also keeps them in better health.
A building at the Old Pen gives evidence of that. The dining room of 1898 was ...
... lakes in the country, slept in 10 different cities, crossed the borders of 8 states, claimed as neighbors 2,967,224 people in the 5 capital cities.
· Biggest capital city Phoenix 1,445,632 people. Smallest capital city Carson City 55,724 people.
· Highest capital city Carson City 4,687 feet. Lowest capital city Sacramento 25 feet.
· Southernmost ...