Extended Stay America - Boise - Airport
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... company to call them back. When I called, they said there had been a cancellation, and that Jody and I were the only two passengers left on our particular trip. They said that only 2 paddlers and a guide were not enough to safely navigate the Class III and IV rapids, so our trip was cancelled. Looking for an alternative, I asked if the half day trip was still available, and we were able to book the half day version of the same rapids. It ...
... The river, at least in that area is actually rather dirty looking but the trees along the banks make for some lovely scenery. The walkway is called the Greenbelt and it is apparently 30 miles of paths along the river. We see some very interesting trees along this path – the very first one looks like it has some long been-like things hanging off it and the leaves are huge. We also see many huge willows lining the river. We take full ...
... the river. Since there is not a lot here as far as history, they have to base a lot of the city around the river and natural activities. I thought it was really interesting that they made a few devices in the center of the river that created waves for people to surf on. The people doing it seemed to have a lot of fun. It was nothing like a cloud 9 or rolling wave, but some people also used a boogey ...
Drove 110 miles in 2.5 hours on Friday 1st August. Spent 3 nights in town and hung out with two of Karen's brothers enjoying the cooltastic capital of Idaho.....Boise.
The drive from McCall was an easy one and pleasant enough, though the terrain change was quite marked as Boise is very dry and brown coloured in the summer. In contrast to ...
Tomorrow we are on the road again. We will eventually end up in Wyoming making a few recommended stops along the way. Slowly making our way back East!
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