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Travel Blogs from Boise
If you haven't done so already, please look at the picture of Burley, Idaho's Walmart. Doing sprints in that parking lot was so funny.
The sea of potatoes waved about in every single direction...until I turned off toward Craters of the Moon National Monument. Potatoes turned to LAVA.
Well...Ancient cooked and dried lava. The desert sage had taken hold on most of the barren volcanic rock (because if a seed found its ...
... br> o Orange truck with two open trailers filled to the brim with brown potatoes
• Sawtooth Mountains on both sides of the road with snow capped peaks.
• Wind farms with hundreds of windmills
• Ranch homes with barns and outbuildings spaced far apart; small communities of ramshackle houses with small corrals for a horse or two
... so we headed to what Boise is famous for, the great outdoors and one of the McCann parks for lunch. We drove into the Ann Morrison Park, found a nice shady spot by the river and parked up. We then wandered to the huge fountain that all the kids (young and old) were playing in and had a refreshing paddle. It's hot here! Then we got our deck chairs out and relaxed reading a book and watched the geese getting excited. Around ...
... 101 years, the Old Pen received over 13,000 inmates; 222 of them were women; ages ranged from 10 to 82.
The design of the prison reflects important changes in attitudes. Reform of the penal system was a goal of religious thinkers after the American Revolution. Quakers believed that prisons should be penitentiaries, places of penance. The “Pennsylvania” system placed emphasis on isolation, confinement, and attendance at religious ...
... history of Boise, Idaho begins with the story of the French Canadian fur trappers in the early 1800’s and their ecstatic cry when (reputedly) they came over the mountains and saw the lush green valley down below. Perhaps their joy can be explained by the notion in their head that fresh water lay ahead, or shelter, (or maybe it signaled the possibility of animals with fur that they could trap). What they thought ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking