Fairfield Inn & Suites Idaho Falls
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... night, and I’ve filled my mobile library with evolutionary biology, astronomy and three fiction writers (I really despise fiction, these authors are the most I can stand at any one point). Something I’ve noticed since unplugging form the human-driven world; I’m sure this applies to all cities, yet it never entered my consciousness until this week. Stores in Idaho Falls are all equipped with signs that light up even in the day time, when the day grows weary these ...
... how much I am eating for dinner so far on this ride! That is why we never lose weight riding bikes – we burn so many calories, we just figure we can eat anything we want, and plenty of it- so we do!
I realized I had left my jewelry at Ken’s house. It wasn’t anything valuable, but was my bicycle earrings and necklace, and was the only jewelry I had brought on the ride. When I called him, I asked him ...
... With a storm coming in, it would take ALL of my concentration watching each gauge and responding accordingly. We went up into the pass, driving by ski slopes. The rain hit hard at this point, but I trudged on and went slow. Slow and steadyn won the race again. We made it across the pass into Idaho. Idaho Is beautiful here near Victor, which was dark since the downdraft from the storm knocked the electric poles out of service. Fortunately the darkness didn't last because ...
I left for Canada to go to school in the States. The whole family came and we decided to break the trip down into two days for the sake of everyone's sanity. We have some family in Idaho Falls (Trevor and Dianne Crane), but we figured we'd stay in a hotel so we could move on to Rexburg as soon as possible in the morning. ...
... They even offered for him not to take his shoes off, but he decided to do it anyway.
We arrived in Salt Lake City around 2pm. Mom and Dad had been served a pretty good meal on the plane, but Major and I were hungry. I forget what they said the meal was, but they both seemed to like it. I found that odd since I never actually enjoy the meals they serve on American First Class. Major and I, back in coach, had kept trying to flag down a ...