BEST WESTERN Foothills Inn
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We actually managed to get up with hitting the snooze button only once. Maybe twice, but still much better than usual. We had a pretty strict schedule to stick to. We had our usual continental breakfast, and then we were on the road again. Unfortunately, there have been no recent stray animals in need of my attention.
We drove for a few …
We arrived here on Sunday late in the evening. Monday we all went into Boise for shopping and Wall climbing, and dinner. Girls went to JoAnns to shop and the boys went to Camping world. At camping world the people were able to tell Gary where to find the fuse that was blown. We now can go camping in the national parks that may not have power! So happy we can continue our travels as planned Then we all met at Home Depot to help pick out a ceiling fan and other ...
... around in the 100deg heat while Colleen and I sat in trailer looking at the view...with cocktails in hand. We closed the night with a competitive game of Sorry. Ian is brutal. Don't let that easy going face fool you! Well... we get up at 6:00 in the morning and head to Craters of the moon then to ...
... was never too difficult, but it required one’s full attention to keep pace. Long and short… It was a beautiful morning and we were in the zone.
NOTE: As several have commented, the landscape looks pretty lush and green and we found that to be the case today as well. I’m not sure what the winter was like here, but water seems to abound in this part of the country.
We hit pavement and ...
... in Boise for some supplies, but other than that, it was a driving day, and now it will get interesting. We'll pass through Utah, northern Oklahoma, etc. No photos today since it's just the road, and who cares about seeing another road? Sorry. But at least we figured out how to secure that dang solar blanket.