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The Swinging Bridge
This trail was a bit longer with a few more ups and downs. Eventually we got to the swinging bridge and it was basically a slim wooden bridge that traversed the water about 50ft or so above. It was supported by lots of rope and steel cables so it looked pretty sturdy.
For the record, they only recommend a couple of people at a time on it. Two adults and a kid or two seemed fine. In ...
We got to Seattle before seven and had breakfast at Denny's. Then we found Peter Bakalor, who used to write the Autosport reports on racing in Australia. I hadn't seen him since the late sixties but I knew him as soon as he opened the door.
Jon had a bit of a rest in the van while Peter and I discussed both old times and caught up on more of today's stuff. As it turned out, some time that day one of the subjects ...
Really, not to much can be said of the drive north from Boise. For us, it was uneventful with the truck running well, the day was sunny, the birds were chirping, the a/c was cranking! Ok, then I woke up in my comfortable bed! Breakfast was terrific. The eggs Benny were to lust after. We headed out of Boise at about 12...and proceeded to run out of gas. Since the gas gauge doesn't work, it's all guesswork as to how long you'll go before needing fuel. The problem ...
Swiss Army Knives and Jay have a long, long history. He found his first knife back in 1973, in the Austrian ski town of St. Johann during his very first visit to Europe. Years go by, Swiss Army Knives are lost, worn out, replaced and in on case flattened by a locomotive in a diesel shop. His ultimate knife was found at a flea market in Osaka, Japan in 2002. This is the same ...
... incorrectly. She ended up napping in her carseat and sleeping at night in bed with us. This made for really sleepless nights for me, so I've since learned to confirm any crib/pack-n-play arrangements before leaving home.
It was a beautiful fall weekend in northern Idaho and we had a lot of fun outside by the river and visiting with Scott's family. When it was time to come home, we were able to easily get cleared for the quick flight home to Salt Lake ...