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Travel Blogs from Boise
We spent yesterday with Jean sharing memories of her husband and completing his shadow box when his flag was placed in its proper place. It was David's and my honor to put this together for Jim and his wife.
Today we visited Jim's grave to pay our respects. It is a quiet and peaceful place with a beautiful ...
... me thinks). We honked the horn on exiting the restaurant which is a tradition to show the staff how much we appreciated there work.
The afternoon was spent in downtown Boise, which seemed eerily quiet. We checked out the Basque section of town (Who knew that Boise had a Spanish immigration problem?). The temperature was tipping 100 degrees so we sought shelter in a bar where we met Desiree our barmaid who told us all about how she was ...
... unconditional love. She is the only dog I knew that smiled at you. If you didn't know her you might mistake her smile for a growl though. Anyway, I love you Gracie and carry you in my heart always. You are the perfect reason why dog is God spelled backwards. Bev & Tom played with this little angel for 12 + years. So much to be grateful for. They were also moving so we were able to help them paint their new house and move stuff in. It was ...
... In her own words, “I was careful to make a thorough study of the resources and future possibilities of the State….The question of Woman Suffrage was being agitated somewhat, and as leading men and politicians agreed that Idaho would eventually give women the right to vote, and as mining was the chief industry, and the mining man the largest financial factor of the state at that time, I made the figure of the man ...
... Sacajawea didn’t have Pampers either. Did you know that she was born just north of here?
Yes, in about 1788, a Shoshone girl. You’re familiar with the story – she was kidnapped as a child, taken to North Dakota, and later became the “wife” of French-Canadian trader Toussaint Charbonneau. Truth is, she was a slave; Charbonneau bought her, along with another Shoshone woman. When Lewis and Clark ...
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