Courtyard by Marriott Boise West/Meridian
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... s here on the website.” Even though we have an extra half hour, we decide that we will stick with leaving by 9:30 and go about getting ourselves ready. Showers taken; electronics packed; make-up done, dressed; we are out the door at 9:15. Not bad.
I program GyPSy with the address of where we need to catch the trolley tour. “So should we go for breakfast first, since the tour doesn’t start until 11:30?” Heidi ...
... the shorter route to Boise. I am skeptical but don’t say much; inside I am fearing that we will get to this Dubois and there will not be a gas station there. I also have a concern that getting off the interstate is not going to be a good thing so we decide that while Heidi pumps gas, I will go ask the local people which would be the better route to Boise.
We cross over the Idaho border around 4:30 p.m. The speed on the Interstate jumps to 80 ...
... over at a place called The Dalles, OR to get a couple of pictures of the river and the views were beautiful. The place is called Memaloose Overlook and it sits a little high where you can see the Columbia River go for a while in either direction. It presents a pretty awesome view.
At lunch, I pulled into a little dive restaurant in Rufus, OR. I met a couple other guys (older than me) riding home from Sturgis. Had I even thought of ...
... over 42 hours of cardio workouts with over 265 miles of activity including 130+ miles hiked, 104 miles biked, 33 miles running; 3) I was able to hike a great variety of trails- Corral's, Scott's, Hard Guy, Shane's Loop, Around the Mountain, Table Rock, Three Bears, Chocolate Gulch and Adams Gulch in Hailey/Ketchum. So, after this brief reflection, I bid you adieu and look forward to the adventure to ...
... up just west of Boise, at a Camping World, because I need to replace these batteries - they're toast.
Fun to learn (if a bit late), Camping World has electrical hookups for overnighters, which is pretty slick. It also makes a great place for evening skateboarding, because once it closes, there is not nearly the traffic of the average Walmart...
Ryan and I learned some sweet new tricks.