Travel Blogs from Boise
... destination for fishing, swimming and rafting.
In Julia Davis Park is Zoo Boise, which has over 200 animals representing over 80 species from around the world. An Africa exhibit, completed in 2008, is the most recent addition. Boise is also home to the Idaho Aquarium.
The Bogus Basin ski area opened in 1942 and hosts multiple winter activities, primarily ...
... included taking Sasha to the dog park, walking along the beach out on Maha'ulepu Trail, grabbing some lunch, heading out for a run around Common Grounds, then ending up at a secluded beach out on the north side. After getting in the ocean for the very last time and relaxing under the blissful rays of sunshine...Sean had to go and spice things up by losing his car key somewhere on the beach. Yep...we got stranded on a beach in Kauai my last day on the island. We all ...
... their girls and our two girls are the same ages. It's always fun to catch up.
We celebrated Marilyn's birthday Monday evening (a day early) as we were leaving the next morning. Her daughter, Susan, husband, Grant, and granddaughter, McKell, joined us for Mexican dinner. Then we went back ...
Yesterday we started our second leg of the great Buckation. We drove 5 hours out of SLC and ended in Boise ID where we camped next to a river. Today we took a few hours before we hit the road again to see the town. Boise is known for having a large Basque population. The Basque are people from a small area of Spain (about the size of Road Island) that speak a common ...
... I had learned in school that it was easy to float in the Great Salt Lake due to the high concentration of minerals and extreme salination. I had thought that I would like to try it. I am so very over that notion.
So, one more childhood dream marred by reality later, we loaded Zeus back into the car--the only one unperturbed by the odor, apparently--and headed out for Boise.
After driving about 3 hours without ...
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