Holiday Inn Boise Airport
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... as the United States and it spans about 20 percent (1/5) of the entire distance around Mars! We have both been to the Grand Canyon many times and in many different capacities - we hadn't seen anything yet, until now!
What a day! We are exhausted! It was an amazing time of learning, exploring and getting to know our Martian inhabitants. The land features we saw today are simply amazing ...
... and spookier until we reached the entrance to Craters of the Moon. We stopped at the Visitors Center, stamped our passports and got a map. Craters of the Moon is actually an old lava bed, left over from a 62 mile fissure in the earth that used to spew lava out until it stopped some tens of thousands of years ago. The ground is made up of lava stone, hardened lava flow and cinder cones. The park is laid out with a 2-lane entrance for a ...
... s, just like home. I anticipate rain the majority of the time we're there- which suites us just fine. Rain keeps things green, which is my favorite color.
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- Game of Thrones Tour, which includes a full day of awesomeness visiting sites where the show was filmed from Dublin to Belfast (we get to go to Northern Ireland!). Options include dressing in character ...
... and a half. The landscape is mountainous and very interestingly so. The peaks are not at all like the Alberta Rockies, but neither do they resemble the BC mountains. They are a combination of both, in my opinion, and they views are beautiful. About half the distance to Helena we come upon a sign that tells us that the mountains are the Big Belt range and there is a turn off called Recreation Road. We take this road. It winds its way around and through ...
... our tummies full and it was time to go to the concert that started in a half hour. Already too late. The line was soooo long but we chanced waiting to see if we could still get in. We made it but standing room only as the stadium was totally filled. We both loved the Doobie Brothers but we were not expecting much from a free concert at a state fair. They are after all, a bunch of 60 year old men we thought. We were pleasantly surprised and couldn't help ourselves and were ...