BEST WESTERN Pony Soldier Inn - Airport
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One day recently I had a few free hours to wait between an appt and school pickup and hadn't brought along anything to occupy myself. Not wanting to spend money, I stopped by the neighborhood library branch on that side of town and just wandered around. It can really vary what each branch has in terms of selection, but I've always liked this particular one. There are only about 6 rows of non-fiction, so I started just walked through to see if anything jumped out (this is how I ...
After a pretty vital laundry session (all out of pants) we set off for a long days worth of driving to our first stop off point of Boise in Idaho. We decided to stop here as I'd read the place was understated, underrated and under-appreciated and this was definitely true. Despite being the capital of Idaho it had a relaxed, safe and slow-paced feel to it with a great restaurant and bar scene. The sparsely populated state of Idaho is ...
Trillium Lake. Loved it. Recommended by the tour guide at Timberline Lodge, easy to access, with unparalleled views of Mt Hood. And ducks!
The perfect place to relax with a book - if only ...
... of palace and our room is no exception.
At 6.30 we were excited to meet up with Callum and Ash for free drinks in our hotel!They have complimentary drinks from 5.30-7.30 each night.
It was good fun to catch up and have some company. We went out out for a walk and a nice dinner at a local pub.
For dessert we went to the famous Voodoo Doughnuts. We had a fairly decent wait in ...
... many more buckets. Bucket washing was the main thing I did today. From 11:20 until 3:00, I washed buckets, obviously with a lunch break in there, for an hour. I ended at 3, because Brian and I were tasked with moving the sheep back up to the barn because we are having them sheared on Friday, and it will protect them from predators. We did that at 5:30 and took about 30 minutes. Today was super warm, and is only supposed to get hotter for ...