Hyatt Place Boise/Towne Square
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It's okay. It's on the older side; no waste basket in the bathroom???? What's up with that. Sorry, could be better.
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We knew we had about 15 hours of driving to get from the Tetons back home, so we decided to spread it out over two days. I insisted that we must go to Craters of the Moon National Monument and it just happened to be on the shortest route of US 20.
Central Idaho is pretty desolate. Sad little cities, and laboratories that product the atom ...
... blind. They must be very trusting. Eventually Heidi tells me that she is going to find someone to get some information from. She disappears around a corner and in a few minutes she reappears with someone that appears to be a server. He is telling her that the trolley stops across the parking lot and that the driver takes payment; Joe’s Crab Shack has no part in it at all. I then hear Heidi apologizing and the person telling her it was OK, ...
... a length of time made me feel sleepy. After the nap is when I showed Lindy how to make the dump cake. There were more blackberries then the cake needed so Lindy decided she would keep them in the freezer until they came back home so she could make another cake herself.
We sat around until after 11pm before we left to go back to the motel. It was a long day, but it was a good day!!!
Bless one and ...
... up Harry. We get back into Boise around 7pm with Harry and go straight out to the Northend area to have a pizza and glass of vino. There is a great pizza place in this area that allows dogs on the patio area, so Harry joins us for dinner. The next day Kate has to go to school in the afternoon, so we go food shopping in the morning at Trader Jacks to get food for our picnic that evening and then in the afternoon I pop to the local mall do a little shopping at the ...
... a last hurrah. Hunter is leaving for Brazil this summer and won't be back for a couple of years, which means that today was the last time we will see each other in a looooong time. Between bites of pancakes mom insisted that we take a "family selfie" (oh the forces of tweenage lingo). Breakfast was awesome, and while mom and dad were paying hunter got in the truck and moved it so when they came out they ...