Holiday Inn Express & Suites Boise West - Meridian
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... from Michigan and they were accompanied by a resident of Great Falls.
Once back on the interstate and travelling, we see a sign telling us that Helena is 42 miles down the road. I look at the clock. We have been on the road for and hour and a half and we have only gone 50 miles! Even Heidi notices that we have not gone very far so we resume the trip, but our plan is foiled again as we become intrigued by something called Gates of the Mountains ...
... will be far from a realistic preview of the elevation gains and loses we will be experiencing on some of the stages of the hike. I have often heard it said that the pleasure of a trip/task/objective is in the journey and not the final outcome, so I would like to take a few moments to highlight some of the great parts of the journey we have taken thus far to reach the point of flight UA3704 lifting off ...
"Slab Day", as the motorcycle guys call days of heavy freeway riding...
From Utah, we had an easy drive up to Salt Lake City, and then about an hour detour as we went straight West so we could add Nevada to our list of "states we've stepped foot on".
The cool part about the detour was that it took us right past the Bonneville Salt Flats. I've always wanted to see those.
What cracked me ...
... the media vans, the traffic-directing police, the cowbell-clanging crowd, and the riders making their turn with camera crews on scooters right behind, recording every move. Most everyone, I noticed, rode their bike to the event.
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... Sacajawea didn’t have Pampers either. Did you know that she was born just north of here?
Yes, in about 1788, a Shoshone girl. You’re familiar with the story – she was kidnapped as a child, taken to North Dakota, and later became the “wife” of French-Canadian trader Toussaint Charbonneau. Truth is, she was a slave; Charbonneau bought her, along with another Shoshone woman. When Lewis and Clark ...