Mountain Home Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... east that make all the rules".
A day spent descending but bucking a headwind got me to Vale, OR. I find headwinds psychologically challenging. Compared to hills the extra effort seems wasted and constantly needing to adjust my effort. The result is that I tend to overdo the effort and then have to stop to rest much more often. I've improved over the yearsbut not enough for anyone to be able to notice.
Then yesterday brought a ...
We arrived here on Sunday late in the evening. Monday we all went into Boise for shopping and Wall climbing, and dinner. Girls went to JoAnns to shop and the boys went to Camping world. At camping world the people were able to tell Gary where to find the fuse that was blown. We now can go camping in the national parks that may not have power! So happy we can continue our travels as planned Then we all met at Home Depot to help pick out a ceiling fan and other ...
... ones) and put on some sunblock because the sun was brutal. We, along with 30+ other people, loaded onto a bus and road up to the top of the river. Then, we put on our smelly lifejackets and helmets and set sail on the raft. I had never been white water rafting, but Evie had been a few times. We were on the raft with a family of four and our guide, Parker. The water was calm at first, and it was very chilly. Of course, the sun decided to ...
... anticipation of the competition…)
During the course of this segment we both crossed several thresholds. We crossed over from Nevada into Idaho; we entered Mountain Standard Time; and the odometer turned over 1,000 miles. Six days into the trip and time is starting to play it’s usual tricks. On one hand it seems like a long time since we left and on the other, the time is passing very quickly.
... the shade of a signpost at the bottom of the hill, waiting for us. He asked if we should just wait here for Lea. I said no, we should keep on going (a wise decision, it turns out), as there really wasn’t enough shade behind that post for all three of us.
A few more miles and we could see another long hill to climb up ahead. Where was Lea? We determined that if we started this hill we would finish it as ...