Hampton Inn & Suites Boise-Meridian
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... commenting on the wonderful breakfast we had. Heidi referred to eating bacon as “Dining on Swine” and we almost split our guts open in a gale of laughter We also discuss when we want to have lunch as it is now noon. “I am stuffed,” Heidi says. “So am I,” I respond. “How about in a couple of hours; Maybe 2:00 or 2:30.” It is a great idea and our next “Dine on Swine” event is scheduled.
Not too many photos today, not much to see. When I woke up this morning around 7 AM it was 46 degrees, at little too cool for a ride.
Met my camping neighbor, a gentleman named Cal, who is retired from the Navy SeaBees. Spent a bit of time drinking coffee and swapping stories.
Got out for my morning ride around 8 and only rode a short 5 miles. Riding in gravel and it has been 5 weeks since I have been able to ride. Taking it easy ...
I expect that in every trip, as in every life, there comes a time when one is tired and the novelty of it all has worn off, and one starts to see more of the warts than she did in the beginning. Tonight's the night. Tonight I'm thinking (not that I haven't thought it before) that our camper is too small, and I'm beginning to understand how people with money end up with some of the huge rigs we see on the road and in the RV parks. For one thing, there isn't ANY kitchen workspace. (What ...
Linda Burton posting from Boise, Idaho – The Trolley stopped so we could see the carriage step, a charming bit of history that remains on Warm Springs Avenue. Our Tour Guide told us stories of the stately houses that we passed; the first bathtub in this one; the first dishwasher in that one; the geothermal heat in all. There's a new house on the corner where the Natatorium once stood, it was a warm-water pool, geothermal heat. As we ...
... for Lewis and Clark. Imagine those sessions! Sacajawea also is credited in Clark’s journal with saving records and instruments from being lost overboard in a storm. All this, while taking care of baby.
Sacajawea got two rewards while on the Expedition – she found her brother when they got to Idaho, he was chief of the first Shoshone tribe they met; an emotional reunion. And while they were in Oregon, she was able ...