Extended Stay America - Boise - Airport
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... boil instantly if we were not in special gear. I guess I can give up fashion for un-boiled blood.
After we settled in we met our travel guide, Judah, who went over a brief itinerary and basic do's and don'ts of solar system traveling. It is new to even these seasoned Earth travelers so we listened carefully and can't wait to see some volcano and canyon action tomorrow! Stay tuned....
... pleasure in checking each one of them out as we walked by.
Here are some reasons I liked Boise. One morning, we came across a little box set up next to the river that was full of books. You could leave a book and take a book (something I have seen in quite a few places on this trip, but never on a river). Another day we passed a vertical tube sticking out of the ground with a sign directing people to put their plastic shopping bags inside for dog ...
... 8211; Yellowstone being the youngest). That was the fun bit of the day over – 300 monotonous miles on the road, into Utah, to get to Salt Lake City followed. We did pass one interesting stretch of highway - a place called Arco (where we stopped for lunch in Mr Pickles for an Atomic Burger), the 'first city to be powered by nuclear-generated electricity' and just south of Arco there is 'Experimental Breeder Reactor Number One' which sits on the edge of the Idaho National ...
... 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 ...
... 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 ...