Extended Stay America - Boise - Airport
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... and lava flows that helped shape the landscape millions of years ago. The visitor centre gives you a real understanding of just how interconnected things are; we wondered why the middle section of Idaho was sparsely populated relative to the North and South of the state – well, running through Idaho to the border with Wyoming like a menacing smile is basically a series of calderas (volcanoes that have fallen in on themselves that range from 400million years old to 600,000 years ...
... evening. We pay for our purchases and head back to the hotel for the evening.
When we get back to the hotel we unload all our purchase into the room as there are some things that need refrigeration and the rest needs to be repacked a little more compactly. Heidi goes to the hotel breakfast area and gets some plates and cutlery and then debones the chicken. We enjoy the meal a lot and realize that with the leftovers we can make a nice ...
... 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 ...
... a lot..right?? Oh btw, "Honey" also goes by: hubby, Glenn, Dad, Pops, Grandpa and a few more colorful names from his friends. He's earned them all!I hope you will enjoy my ramblings both in words and photos....
Let the fun begin......Definition of RAMBLE:intransitive verb
a : to move aimlessly from place to place
b : to explore idly
: to talk or write in a desultory or long-winded wandering ...
... This plane [photo below] had minimal overhead bins, so anything bigger than a bookpack was tagged at the door and set aside as luggage. Well, all right, but when we landed at Chicago, there was a downpour. A large group of us had to wait in the rain on the tarmac until a trailer of luggage was driven out. Everyone scrambled to grab their stuff & get to cover, stepping over puddles!
Welcome to O'Hare :)