Candlewood Suites Meridian
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... each view prettier than the last. We spend a lot of time here and take many pictures. Eventually we turn around and retrace the route taken to get us back onto the Interstate and resume the original trip. As we climb the mountain road we come to an overlook of the valley we had just travelled so this is another reason to stop briefly for another few pictures. While we are stopped two other vehicles also stop and I help them out by taking photos of them. They are ...
... views of the Matterhorn from Zermatt where hikers thrive and cars don't drive. After months of planning and preparing, we are off to test our bodies , our minds, and our pocketbooks in a country with world renowned mountains and pricey 2-star hotels. We have put in some training to prepare for the journey in hopes of having a moderate level of physical comfort, although I am sure 45 minutes on a ...
... show you some awesome stuff I've been doing & seeing stateside,,, is to let you know,,, Im back,,,, amazing trips are in the works,,, looking at Central America, Iceland & god only knows where the hell else I decide......But its back on & we'll be in the road soon kids,, so keep your eyes peeled for updates, posts, & future debotchery........hasta pasta ...
... foothills from and to Hyde Park; and tonight’s kickoff, the Prologue, a time trial from Julia Davis Park to the Boise Depot and back. Capitol Boulevard was closed and everyone was encouraged to “bring cowbells or anything to bang on” for some real-life rousing Boise-biking cheer.
It was quite a thrilling sight, standing at the turning point on the rose-covered Boise Depot hill; overlooking the ...
... my family as it is today would not exist. There’s my two Grandma’s, who saw me as a Perfect Child. There’s Aunt Verla, and Aunt Clara, who mothered me like I belonged to them. There are my daughters-in-law, who gave me a more precious gift than money can buy – grandchildren! And there are my sons, who made sure I knew the meaning of love. That was in the days before Pampers too. But heck, I’m thinking as I sit ...