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Travel Blogs from Boise
... in town – we couldn’t afford to! In any case, our hotel, Knob Hill Inn, was a far better draw. Our room was the kind of place we would like for ourselves in Melbourne – it was spacious and the décor and furniture were modern but homely.
We picked Ketchum as a stop as it’s fairly close to the Craters of the Moon National Park. It does feel like a bit of a moonscape in parts; the area has been well protected so you get a real sense of the ...
... her Parents were out fishing and a frog jumped on her moms belly while she was pregnant, so they knew it was meant to be and that's how she got her name.
... they would be in Canada. There would be no bargain to buy electronics or appliances and bring them home; not that that was a consideration. I do find the personal needs I was looking for and then we head over to the grocery part of the store. I find exactly what I am after – Velveeta Cheese and Easy Cheese – The Velveeta is half the cost of what we buy it for at home and the Easy Cheese is not available in Canada at all. I find brownie ...
... Shanoa’s children: Arabella (Bella) and Adelaide (Adie))
2. Michael (and Paula)
3. Mary (and Doug)
5. Karen and Greg’s son Zac
Missing: Diane, Dan and Eric; Eileen’s Chris and children: Ashley, Bradley and Amanda; Paul and his family: Kristy, Annie, Grace, John and Will.
The attached family portrait ...
... most big cities so my anxieties don't rear, therefore helping get through tricky driving situations, well, I'm no help. That will make this adventure even more..again, INTERESTING! So, on the positive side, we do like each other a lot and don't mind hanging out for extended periods of time together no matter what we are doing, we are very open and ready for whatever life brings us.. so I'd say that will get ...