BEST WESTERN PLUS Caldwell Inn & Suites
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... We drive over to the other side of the street and Heidi is filling the car with gas. My first order of business is to get GyPSy (Heidi has taken to calling her Alexis, but I cannot get used to that so for me she will always be GyPSY) set up for today’s destination. For some reason the name of the street in Boise that the hotel is on does not come up in the GPS but a very similar one does so I add the building number and the best we can do is hope that ...
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 ...
Linda Burton posting from Boise, Idaho – "She's on the 4th floor," I was told by the gift shop manager, and I headed for the elevator right away, eager to visit Nike of Samothrace, aka The Winged Victory. I already knew the story of this 11-foot-high replica-of-a-statue-depicting-a-goddess who sits in the Idaho State Capitol; today I’m here for pictures. She is a heroic figure, even though her head ...
... confused because he thought he was my husband. I quickly rejected the idea and explained that he was my brother and lives in Reno. About ten minutes later, the elderly lady sitting next to us in the front asked if she could look at my Nat Geo mag and asked if I was on my honeymoon with the friend I was traveling with. I smiled and told her that I was not on my honeymoon, nor married, and that I was just visiting friends for the weekend. We continued talking ...
... the raft than it had to do with me. I managed to keep the pontoons roughly perpendicular to the waves. Other than that, the damn thing found its way over more in spite of than because of me.
Pretty much the same thing happened on every big rapid for the first half of the trip. By the second half though, I had learned to stay on Josh's lines a little bit tighter. I still had, and have, no real skills when it comes to reading a river on my own, so ...