The Boise Hotel and Conference Center
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... on the other side – all within a half a mile!). Needless to say Lara always comes up trumps when she’s researched food options – the chicken curry was excellent – Cameron loved it as well (which was bitter sweet for me – as I kept a close eye on his diminishing portion). We had been told that Salt Lake City is a bit boring. That’s a fairly harsh but accurate description. It’s not got the architectural splendour of Chicago, it’s not got ...
- Woke up at 7am
- Filled up my gas and got a breakfast from McDonalds- 7$
- Left to Lewiston Idaho at 8am
- Arrived 11am
- My car got a flat tire
- I walked for 2 hours and found a Indian Reservation.
- A girl named Pakwa
- She bought me a new tire and drove me back to my car.
- As we were in the car she told me about how she got her name Pakwa which ...
... travel companion that she is, lets me. Some of the trees and plants are familiar to one or both of us while others are a mystery and in places where there were no name tags, they still are a mystery like that tree we saw yesterday that had those long, bean-like seed pods. Even looking on the internet has proven to be a dead end, but I will persevere and eventually find out the name of it. A part of these botanical gardens includes a section of melons, ...
... cell service, therefore the problem of being lost and then not knowing precisely where to go was compounded.
Meanwhile, Kathy and the three cars that had arrived on time, or pretty close to it, had to handle the safety briefing, gear distribution and then stall for time. We arrived an hour late to the news that we were not only delaying our group of 18, but also a smaller group who had been waiting to go in ...
... for the Amish back roads, trade NYC for the Hamptons, trade Boston for Cape Cod.
I am quite content and comfortable in the passenger seat. Sorry Honey.
5 hours a day driving..more than enough.
Massechussetts has a lot of Dunkin Donuts
Honey is a beast driving that big ole' coach
We kinda love life on the road..the bug has bit!
Thank you Honey for keeping us safe all 9,250 miles.
I love you tons!