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Boise is one of the cities that we are considering having Sean apply for work in. Sean has an old Air Force buddy who lives in Boise and our friends Katie & Jeff (who we met up with in Moab earlier in our trip) just moved here too. It's one of those places you never hear people say anything bad about. People always tout it as a cool place to live with lots of outdoorsy opportunities and nice people. The forecast was well over 100 degrees for most of the week ...
... Valley. It is built of native stone, hand hewn by Basque masons who learned their trade in Spain. It was Restored in 1997 and celebrated with a Basque Fall Festival. It is Oregon's only Basque Handball Court in existence today.
Leaving the Jordan Valley we head north northeast over the Owyhee Mountains towards Treasure Valley. The valley is very fertile with an adequate water supply for both agriculture and human consumption. The ...
... for Cameron who darted around for a good hour. We stayed at a place called Hotel 43 which has its own steak restaurant called Chandlers. We thought that what the heck, we’re (almost) always well within our daily budget, it’s Saturday night, its time for a splash out: a tenderloin beef fillet and a bottle of red. Well we got a wee bit carried away and ended up getting a couple of chocolate soufflés between the three of us and another bottle of red. We had a very good ...
... room. We get coffee (which Heidi described as hot water), cut bagels and put them in the toaster and then get some bacon and eggs, both of which were cooked to perfection. We not only enjoy this feast, we also use our toasted bagels and some of the bacon to make a sandwich for our lunch later down the road. Life is grand this day.
By 9:45 we have finished our abundant breakfast; Heidi goes to bring the car over to the front of the building while I check ...
... and desire to reenact the current World Cup matches being played, whiffle ball until the sun goes down, long bike rides led by Ryder and Lola close behind, Paddle Boarding around the lake for time trials, date night for the 4 adults (although we acted like college kids that night), rope swinging off of a ski rope on the fast flowing Boise River (Way to go Owen and Ryder - that was Awesome and Brave), ice cream at ...