Courtyard by Marriott Boise West/Meridian
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... the spot where the two ranches meet.
The road winds its way through the picturesque mountains. The curves are tight and the grades are steep. We slow down around the curves and watch for the animals that the sighs keep telling us may just jump out onto the road, although judging by the terrain it is not a very likely scenario. When there is nothing to talk about we make up our own stories about some silly thing or other. Today’s highlight ...
... 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.
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... sewed, and cleaned the clothes of the men. She also was the nurse, using herbs and other natural means to treat injuries and illnesses. Trading with Indian tribes along the way, especially for horses, was essential to the Expedition, and Sacajawea spoke several native languages. She didn’t speak English, but she translated to Hidatsa to Charbonneau, who translated to French for Labiche (a member of the Expedition), who translated ...