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Today was my last day in Boise. Bittersweet. There wasn't much to do here to be completely honest. Lots of nature, sure. But not many attractions.
Either way, the capital of Idaho is Boise, two major population centers are Boise and Nampa, apparently. Never even heard of it. There are 1.6 million people over 83,570 square miles. Thats roughly 20 people per square mile. Not too bad if you're not a fan of people. Idaho joined the Union is 1890 with the motto ...
... 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 ...
... several hours of waiting when the temp is now approaching 102 or 103, his name is called - now about 4 hours later. Out he goes to perform his skills.Passed with flying colors and only a little sweat. So now he has a real temporary (paper photocopy looking thing) motorcycle license and is informed the real one will come in the mail within 2 weeks. We had to leave so Ted has been driving Sparky on a half-baked paper motorcycle license until now.
Thursday, August 21
... of the time taking advantage of the park and the surrounding area. We stayed at the Hi Valley RV Park. It was a nice park with a small playground, pool, and a good area for the dogs to play. We found a nearby playground at the Stephen C. Guerber Park that the kids loved and were excited to find a splash pad there too. We spent one night checking out downtown, it wasn’t the night of the concert series, but we had fun seeing the Boise River, the Anne Frank ...
... extended trip in foreign lands. This tour to last five months.
I tend to feel a since of anticipation when a big trip is in sight imaginations of a life other than. Other than the day to day American and into new lands where even the language is a challenge.
I shall digress here to address one of the more consistent comments i here on sharing my plans. "you might never come back." they say. ...