AmericInn Lodge & Suites Rexburg _ BYU
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... remember I talked about being in a 2000 acre field of potatos well at night theirs no lights so you can see forever so we stoped on one of the litttle roads we had to come down and got out of the car and just enjoyed the cloudless sky I never knew we had so many stars It was a wonderful way to end the 15th Anniversary day with the perfect Man and the perfect day!!! I truely thank God for Gary!
7/4/14 So we went to the Forth of July parade it ...
... with cheese and jalapenos which was exceptional and also had a lacal brew. It was hot and dry outside where we sat and ate while enjoying this human oasis in the desert of Bone, ID.
After this fun lunch, we traveled on gravel roads for another 30 miles to Grays Lake Refuge passing numerous ranches. We passed through the dry hills and entered a lush valley having reached Grays lake. The lake area had been settled by ranchers who use ...
I needed two things today: a place to watch football and maybe have a beer, and some cash. I didn't think either was a particularly big deal, but Rexburg made both of those things nearly impossible to accomplish. It’s been a while since I was in a town that still enforced blue laws. When I first moved to Virginia in the 80s there were still many stores that were closed on Sundays, but that went away ...
... of the week he drove us back! What a trooper. No mean feat when you have 6 kids. Out of respect for Matt's wife Karena's wishes I have not included pictures of her children in this blog. We really loved going huckleberry picking, fishing and cooking with them.
Marcelo particularly liked the Idaho landscape. We are grateful also to Karena's family for their hospitality.
... deciding it was too dangerous and getting down! We had to go to Wallmart to get a cheap wooly hat and gloves - luckily less that $2 each.
Dominic announced we were moving rooms, as we didn't have WiFi in the other one, and I was shocked to discover we now had a suite - it was a much bigger room with sofa, fridge, microwave, coffee table etc. - just right for being snowed ...