Country Inn & Suites By Carlson _ Boise West At Meridian
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... only about 25 miles down the road. We turn off the interstate and head toward a lake. The view is lovely here as well. We travel as far as the Marina. There is a boat tour offered but we don’t even inquire about it. A few more pictures and then we head back toward the interstate. We also stop and take a few photos of a tribute that has been erected to commemorate the collaborative ranching of two families, one with cattle and the other sheep. This tribute ...
... enroute to Chicago O'Hare: 1) Our little Idaho has some world class beauty - from early summer wildflowers on the Around the Mountain hike at Bogus Basin, to the spring green of Hailey and Ketchum, to a bike ride over the rolling hills between Lake Fork and McCall, it is easy to argue that we have great opportunities right here at home; 2) I feel accomplished with what I have done physically since ...
... is the drive from Salt Lake to the flats ends with a 35+ mile stretch that is absolutely flat and straight. Probably the straightest, flattest road I've seen on the whole trip. My guess is, if you wanted to take your car to the flats to see how fast it could go, you'd know before you even got there!
After that, it was more driving. drive, drive, drive, so tomorrow's let won't be quite so long. ...
Post Race Press Release
Kristin Armstrong, team leader of Exergy Twenty12 professional cycling team and pre-race favorite, crashed at the halfway point of the Prologue course in the 180-degree turn just beyond the Boise Train Depot. The 2008 Olympic gold medalist finished the race in obvious pain, and holding her left shoulder, just eight seconds behind winner Tara Whitten of Canada, who ...
... their historic Expedition west, they hired Charbonneau as a guide on the condition his Shoshone "wife" come too. She was 15 years old and 6 months pregnant at the time; they wintered at Mandan in North Dakota where son Jean-Baptiste Charbonneau was born in 1805.
Sacajawea slung her baby over her back and off they went come spring; as the only woman on the trip she not only took care of baby’s needs, she cooked, foraged ...