BEST WESTERN PLUS Caldwell Inn & Suites
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... of some nice photo opportunities as we walk along the walkway.
After about a half hour we are back at Joe’s Crab Shack. It is now after 11 so I suggest that we go in and look at the menu; perhaps we could have lunch here. Heidi is agreeable so we go in. The girl at the front is quite bubbly and more than happy to provide us with a menu. We open it and instantly begin to drool at the pictures of the fare they offer. Heidi then asks ...
... home to quickly change and went back into downtown Boise to meet some of her friends for happy hour at a place called The Red Feather. Great cocktails, wine and food for a couple of hours. Boise is a great little city with of outdoor bars and restaurants and everyone seems to cycle everywhere, a real outdoorsy type of place. Perfect for Kate. The next morning we are up early to load up the car to head to the mountains to a place called Ketchum. It's about a 3 ...
Weds 20th June cont.
From here on it changed from desert badlands to twisting mountain roads with chain up areas for winter snow. It's hard to imagine that you'd get snow out here, but some points are nearly 5000 feet up. At one of the highest points we crossed Stinking Water Pass and then Stinking Water Creek, then a bit futher on was Drinking Water Pass. The difference, I'm sure, it must have been obvious at the time. Not long after we crossed into mountain ...
... 33; this old-fashioned entrepreneur was in business, big time. During WWII the business truly flourished because J R Simplot figured out how to dehydrate potatoes. WWII. Army rations. Dehydrated potatoes and onions. He sold millions of pounds to the US military.
But it was the French fry that became the Simplot mainstay. In the early 1950s, company chemist Ray Dunlap developed the processes ...
Linda Burton posting from Boise, Idaho – "That sounds like a lot of work." I heard that phrase nearly every time I told someone about the plans for the Journey Across America. In fact, I heard it so often I threatened to get a bumper sticker! Well, I've visited 5 out of 50 Capital Cities now; the Journey is 1/10th of the way done, and before I begin my focus on Boise, ...