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... return the keys.
Finally, after a mad dash chasing Pete and getting his attention to pull over, we were able to get him turned back. In the flurry of maneuvers to get his attention, Doug’s car and mine had completely lost the trail of where the raft launch train of cars was headed. To be honest, at this point it seemed that our fate would be to scrub the mission and return home. Just as I was about to throw ...
... we didn't want him to get near the cars.
Back at John's aunt house we were able to meet all of John's Idaho cousins while we ate dinner and dessert. His cousin Katie and Brandon with their awesome and energetic daughter Riley came over first followed shortly by another cousin Marian (Peanut) and her husband Randy. We all ate some shrimp and lobster lasagna and salad. For dessert we had chocolate ice cream cake. They really love ice ...
Having traveled most of the way to Boise the previous day, we had a short trip into Boise to visit Lindsey, Jaxon and Parker. We arranged a birthday party in a nearby park then visited a couple of the beautiful parks in downtown Boise along the river.
I think Darlene should give her impressions of that fun day with the grandchildren:
We arrived at Lindsey's around noon – opening the door to ...
... br> o Orange truck with two open trailers filled to the brim with brown potatoes
• Sawtooth Mountains on both sides of the road with snow capped peaks.
• Wind farms with hundreds of windmills
• Ranch homes with barns and outbuildings spaced far apart; small communities of ramshackle houses with small corrals for a horse or two
... finished for the morning. I couldn't actually get to the field though because they are in the process of constructing more seats -- these will seal off the two end zones, which were previously open. Construction began last week. So much for finding Smurf Turf! ...