Hampton Inn & Suites Boise-Meridian
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... which is reported to be haunted with ghosts of executions past.
We park the car and make our way to the Administration Building of this historic site. We pay our admission fee (we got 10% off because of our AMA membership), get the brief description of the grounds and head out to do the self-guided tour. You really get some perspective as to the prison system. This facility was in use until about 1973 and it is rather amazing how small ...
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 ...
When I am not attending classes geared towards my elementary education major, I am going everywhere I can.
A few must visit places in Boise are:
- The Greenbelt
- Table Rock
- Camels Back Park
- Boise State University
And if you have some hours to kill traveling, try:
- Lucky Peak
- Idaho City
- Cascade, Idaho
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 ...
... circled overhead. Around a curve a house sat on a hill, and spread across the lowest slopes, rows and rows of vines. This must be it, I thought, and pulled into the parking lot; my dust caught up as I stepped out and headed for the yellow building there.
Two women on the patio, sharing a Pinot, smiling and relaxing in the sun, sitting near the growing grapes. They greeted me; hello, come ...