Pioneer Inn Condominiums
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... all seasoned with the famous Bay Seasoning and steamed to succulent perfection. The lobster fries are amazing and we are not even finished when our huge roaster of seafood arrives at the table. Each portion is in a mesh bag so that each person gets the entrée amount. We quickly finish the fries and then we dig in. I try to be a bit dignified and attempt to use my utensils. “Don’t even try to use a fork,” Heidi tells me. “It just ...
... to brag, lol!) with an intensive engineering curriculum, Michael enjoys doing projects around the house. He offered to install rain gutters this time, so we purchased all of the necessary supplies before we left.
We left Boise yesterday and are now in beautiful Bend, Oregon after traveling all day through scenic high desert country along route 20. We were amazed at all of the massive volcanic cinder cones in the area ...
... Hotel located on W 55th St, walked to TKTS and purchased tickets to Lady Day at the Emerson Bar. It started raining hard(about 2"). We darted into the Palms Restaurant for diner soaking wet. Then on to The Circle In The Square theater. Audra McDonald certainly deserved the Tony for her performance depicting Billie Holiday. Pretty depressing to watch a drunk jazz singer self destruct but well worth the experience. Rain stopped and we made it back to our hotel by 10 PM.
... that honked at us and eventually accepted that we were there to watch them and we were not leaving nor were we a threat. It was nice to sit on the bench in the sun and watch the geese waddle. On our way out of the park we ran across a deer munching on something behind a main building. We started to follow him until he started to wander toward the parking lot and then we left him alone because we didn't want him to get near the cars.
Back at John's aunt house ...
If you haven't done so already, please look at the picture of Burley, Idaho's Walmart. Doing sprints in that parking lot was so funny.
The sea of potatoes waved about in every single direction...until I turned off toward Craters of the Moon National Monument. Potatoes turned to LAVA.
Well...Ancient cooked and dried lava. The desert sage had taken hold on most of the barren volcanic rock (because if a seed found its ...