BEST WESTERN PLUS Caldwell Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... penitentiaries in America. The Ghost Adventures team visited this venue and declared that although the criminals may be gone, their spirits remain locked behind the high stone walls. Shiver...
Our next destination is just a short drive Northwest to the Snake River and the Oregon border to a little town of Weiser, Idaho. Never heard of it? Evidently, you don’t Fiddle.
Enjoy the Ride! Just clean off the bug guts from time to time.
So this morning I am awakened by the soft clatter of coffee cups and running water. I try desperately to ignore it and keep my eyes closed. Then a bit later, or it may have been right away, I hear the light switches and lamp switches clicking. Heidi is up making herself coffee and trying to turn on the lamp. I don't open my eyes. It’s the switch by the door. You probably clicked it off on the lamp." She gets the light on as she had intended and from that ...
... addicted to beef jerky and starts going through withdraws when she can't get her fix. Tomorrow will probably be another boring day, but at least we should arrive in Seattle. We'll have two days there and then we'll get on the ferry to Alaska. Anyway, we'll keep everybody posted and Rachel will upload some pictures here shortly. TTFN. ...
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 ...
... 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 ...