BEST WESTERN Foothills Inn
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Getting used to the Idaho conversational style ofshort responses to most questions, less smiling. Nevertheless, lots of waves, some more extended discussions with some effort. In the history bookI'm reading, in Idaho's first 25 years or so of governance they went through 16 governors. Perhaps it is because they ran out of things to say....
Well, breakfast is done, off to Shoshone, I'll figure out a sleeping plan ...
... on the to do list. After Home Depot we all went to a climbing center for Eric, Jacob and Gary to try climbing the walls. Gary made it to the top of his first climb. Jacob made it part way up too. Of course Eric made it to the top of each wall he tried. Fun to watch and cheer them on. Jen was the person in charge of ropes to secure them as they climbed and when they came back down too. For dinner we went to a Japanese and Sushi place that cooked our meals on ...
... north through the hills until we made it to the Paiute indian reservation, where we stopped for lunch. After lunch we turned around and re-traced our steps for 10 miles to get back to the dirt road Claudia had marked for the next segment of our journey. The road we found ourselves on was a smoother, wider, higher speed version of what we ridden in the morning. Average speeds on this road were 40-50 miles per hour. During ...
... 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.
Well you might wonder why I'm calling this stop reality check. I was really at a loss so I ask Brian and this was his suggestion. He said it should make us appreciate the other great places we have been. You see, we stayed at Mountain Home KOA in Idaho, and what can I say but,we haven't experienced any other one like it. The hosts were friendly but the grounds were not well kept. It was in the middle of a residential area that you might refer to as "the hood". I ...