La Quinta Inn Caldwell
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... our expectations in every way. Tomorrow we head for the North Pole. It is made up of frozen water and dust. We think we'll be able to get decently close to it but have to head home sooner than expected, there is a dust storm on the way. Those things can last for months and we don't want to get stuck up here for that long!
It is time for a glass of wine and a beautiful Martian sunset....
... hood and finds the cover over the battery and takes it off. The maintenance guy returns but neither he nor Heidi can attach the clip to the battery post. “Thanks, anyway,” Heidi says as she waves off the maintenance guy. I will call Ford to come help me out. She digs out the info she needs to contact Ford for Roadside Assistance and makes the called. They have to call her back. The best we can do is wait.
I am back in the room ...
... night!! It was fun playing catch up and hearing about her new real estate adventures. Later we all met up with Dave, Julie and her boyfriend Chance at a local burger joint. It was exciting to hear all about Dave's first month as a new freshman at Boise State. Things are going well academically, however his knee injury is interfering with his wakeboarding! Julie who is a competitive wakeboarder founded the BSU wakeboarding club which competes ...
... an hour and then crossed the border into Idaho, the last state on mainland USA to check off the list and stopped in a small town called Caldwell, 26 miles from the state capital Boise. We eventually found the Chamber of Commerce and the 2 lovely ladies pointed us in the right direction for a campsite, supermarket and gave us a state map. Now armed with the necessary info, we got some shopping and then checked into a campsite run by a nice Dutch lady. Once settled in ...
... cold air from the vines, and to create early afternoon shade that would protect the grapes from too much damaging sun. Alfalfa had been planted there; they knew the soil was good. They wanted to combine French rootstocks with this fertile Idaho soil; in 2003 they planted Vitis Vinifera; its lineage goes back to the Cotes du Rhone wine region in southern France. In all, they planted 9,000 plants on ...