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... the 1930s and was destroyed by fire in the 1973 riot.
The New Cell House (1889–1890) consisted of three tiers of 42 steel cells. The third tier closest to the Rose Garden served as "Death Row."
The area now known as the Rose Garden was once used to execute prisoners by hanging. Of the 10 executions in the Old State Penitentiary, six occurred here.
The Administration Building (1893–1894) housed the ...
... my California license, it'll probably still be months from now. Well, after three days of waiting around, things didn't turn out at all like I had wanted them to. I hadn't gotten any of the jobs I applied for and I therefore got massively discouraged. I remember calling my dad and my best friend, Crisha, in tears...things weren't working out. I wasn't getting a job, I didn't know what I should do, stay here and wait things out until I got my California license, or keep ...
... in Ecuador) it still isn't a fortune.
Thankfully, I know how to make poor look good and know how to pinch a pretty penny, an ugly one too. Hell round trip tickets From Boise to Honduras for under $600. It still takes an effort not to be blinded by how cheap things seem. There is always a trade off; A cheap flight means more and longer layovers (more on that in another post) a dorm bed in a ...
... in no higher than third gear. Took about half an hour. Deer on the roadside an added bonus or perhaps hazard. There was a guy Nordic skiing, uphill, on wheeled skis. Crazy. The guys at the bike shop have recommended a ride that fits well with our plans, but the weather forecast is not that flash. We have checked into a motel on the interstate south of the city. If the weather is no go we will have an easy day, and go to the factory shops, and the freightliner man ...
... They were nice but nothing to write home about. Now, who said ID is about potatoes? We went to Craters on the Moon National Monument. It is a vast ocean of lava flows with scattered island of cinder cones and sagebrush. It is a weird scenic landscape that looks apocalyptic; like a set for the movie Mad Max with Mel Gibson.
Well, we decided to go spelunking...yes go down into caves! ...
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