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 woke up and ate muffins and left at about 8, paying about 50 dollars for the night. We hit the road and drove for about 3 1/2 hours and stopped for gas at Burns. We ate granola bars and sandwiches and continued for about 4 more hours before stopping in Bend Oregon. We stoppedat Oregon Dunes KOA and made some sandwiches and went to ...
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 ...
... in crab. They have t-shirts and other souvenirs on display in the front area but there is no one around. We hear voices and movement sort of behind us and Hiedi, the brave one takes a peek and discovers it is people working in the kitches. The must be prepping for their opening in just a few minutes. We mingle about the front area a good few minutes and look at the souvenir offerings and discuss how easy it would be for someone to come in and ...
... the Cracker Barrel's country Store. I bought a blouse and a visor.
After breakfast Dave and I went to the store and buy what I needed to make a dump cake with the fresh blackberries that I picked in Washington. (Oh my goodness did that cake come out GREAT!)
We went over to Lindy and Chuck's house where I fell asleep for a couple of hours. Having the opportunity to sit and ...
... to the overlook and take some pictures and fro there Kate Charlie and I decide to carry on to the Round House restaurant (open in ski season only) and then back down the mountain in a loop. It's a pretty hike that criss crosses the ski runs and goes in and out thru the woods. At one point we can smell animals, I was hoping it wasn't going to be a bear, but we were lucky we didn't see or hear anything we could only smell them. The trails are pretty well signposted and ...