Holiday Inn Express Boise Downtown
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... interesting to see the different buildings that were being added over the 101 years to more modern facilities. BUT it appears that heating and A/C was not one of the upgrades along with other improvements.
The Old Idaho Penitentiary State Historic Site was a functional prison from 1872 to 1973 in the western United States. The first building, also known as the Territorial Prison, was constructed in the Territory of Idaho in 1870. ...
... with it's personal struggles, which I won't go much into. I came back with the hopes that my future would be shown to me. I was willing to give up my life passion of traveling for love and I very much wanted to. However, that love didn't love me back. It took some time to come to terms, but I am moving forward, stronger than before. I feel like I needed some sort of closure, and I certainly got that with my time here in Boise. I am so ready for what life has in store ...
... extended trip in foreign lands. This tour to last five months.
I tend to feel a since of anticipation when a big trip is in sight imaginations of a life other than. Other than the day to day American and into new lands where even the language is a challenge.
I shall digress here to address one of the more consistent comments i here on sharing my plans. "you might never come back." they say. ...
Post Race Press Release
Kristin Armstrong, team leader of Exergy Twenty12 professional cycling team and pre-race favorite, crashed at the halfway point of the Prologue course in the 180-degree turn just beyond the Boise Train Depot. The 2008 Olympic gold medalist finished the race in obvious pain, and holding her left shoulder, just eight seconds behind winner Tara Whitten of Canada, who ...
... their historic Expedition west, they hired Charbonneau as a guide on the condition his Shoshone "wife" come too. She was 15 years old and 6 months pregnant at the time; they wintered at Mandan in North Dakota where son Jean-Baptiste Charbonneau was born in 1805.
Sacajawea slung her baby over her back and off they went come spring; as the only woman on the trip she not only took care of baby’s needs, she cooked, foraged ...