Howard Johnson Boise Airport
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... world's straightest, longest cow-watching trail. The Willapa Hills Trail runs through much of Thurston County's most exciting and thought-provoking grazing country, eventually leading you to the mountains where you can turn around and run past acres of cows chewing on cud once more!
After avoiding cow pies along our morning run, we proceeded to the Washington State Capitol. Mara and I worked together in the morning, and I toured the capitol in ...
... mark on Jordan Valley both past and present. From the 1890's through the First World War, Basques emigrated from Spain in great numbers from their native Pyrenees Mountains to Southeastern Oregon and adjacent areas of Idaho and Nevada, bringing with them their traditional games, customs and festive occasions. Pelota (handball) is one of those games. Spanish Basque immigrants began building a handball court or Pelota Frontone in the spring of 1915 ...
December 9, 2014
This was the end of our 166 day adventure around the world. Today we were to take the scenic route going home to Boise, Idaho. First stop was a six thousand mile detour to Soule, Korea. Then another six thousand trip to LAX. Our recently acquired “Global Entry Passes” got us through customs and immigration in record time. A few short hours in the Horizon Board Room Lounge and we were off to Boise, Idaho where we arrived ...
... car and I begin "c'est joli-ing". The town, "c'est joli", the flowers, the church, gardens, people, the tea we have, cookies - galettes - all are "C'est joli." I know joli means pretty, but I pronounce it and hear it as "jolly." The jam is jolly.The bread. Sky. Fish. Cows. Car. Everything is jolly - especially the rolling land dotted with huge rounds of hay and the heather-filled countryside; the skies and clouds and storms and rainbows; the texture ...
... to see that the clock says 7:10. This morning it is a chore to get up, and I am sure the remainder of this vacation will be similar. Not to worry. Somehow I will persevere.
I eventually get up and press that button to get my coffee made. The cream and sugar are already in the cup. I watch the coffee get higher and higher in the cup and I am thinking that it will go over the top while another part of my brain decides that Heidi would know how much ...