Fairfield Inn Boise
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- Indoor pool
- High-speed internet in room
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
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... around the city that night.
Sean got to catch up with his friend, Greg (Gat Man) who works for Micron. Greg took Sean on a tour of the facility and touted why he should apply to work there. Afterwards we all went for drinks and food on the river with the dogs. It was nice to listen to the guys chat. There was still a bond and respect between them despite the fact that they hadn’t seen each other in 16 years.
Katie and Jeff let me ...
Looking forward to a little family spring break adventure next week. Destination: Truckee, California. Stops along the way include Unionville, Nevada: population 20.
Our companion book?
One "Roughing It" (1872) by none other than Mr. Mark Twain (a.k.a. Samuel Clemens 1835-1910), who spent some time in said hamlet hoping to strike it rich in ...
... the house of Brigham Young, the second president of the Latter Day Saints or LDS as most things seemed to be branded). The guided tour was conducted by two young ladies (in their mid 20s): Sister Howard (from Sydney) and Sister Wog (from Oklahoma) who were doing their 18 months' missionary work in the LDS spiritual home. Before we started the tour they asked if we knew anything about their religion – we wanted to say ‘we’ve seen the musical!’ but thought ...
... targeting 9:30 as our departure time so that we can get to where the trolley leaves from in good time. It wasn’t clear if we needed advance tickets to get on the trolley so we are going to get down there well in advance. At one point Heidi asks me what day it is today. I think for a moment. “It’s Thursday,” I tell her. “I think the trolley leaves at 11:30 today, not 11:00 like the usual time,” Heidi says. “Yep, ...
... and the west. Cattle graze in fields on either side of the road. I glance over at the gas gauge and comment to Heidi, “you’re going to need gas soon, aren’t you?” She check the gauge and then tells me that the distance to empty is155 kms. “I am still good for a while,” she says. When an hour or so later the gas light comes on, she still insists she has enough to get to Dubois, Idaho. That is where we get off the interstate ...