Safari Inn Downtown
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... then a 1 way loop with a few 2-lane side passages. There were several hikes, mostly short, and since we had time we decided to do most of them.
From the Visitors Center you could see the campground, and it looked awesome. The campers and tents were just set up among the lava rock and it looked eerie. We followed along the first path, taking lots of pictures, and ran into a little chipmunk colony among the stones. They scattered quickly, ...
... eagle-owl, and a turkey vulture. We were hoping to see more so we go outside. There we see a pair of California condors (boy they are ugly!) as well as three species of eagle, including a bald eagle. Overall, we were both quite disappointed as with a name like ‘World Centre for Birds of Prey” we were expecting more birds. Back through the main entrance, which is also the gift shop, we pay our admission and leave.
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... syrup too. Yummy. We shared one between the 4 of us. We had some restraint. Oh wait, I forgot the cotton candy. You are right.... No restraint. What a fun evening!
Several days with Ben and Lisa, Abrionna and Dan (Their daughter and Hubby) and even a bonus visit from the Idaho Falls Bullocks made this a great stay. Good food and a great place to sleep (thanks Lisa and Ben for both) and lots of fun too! A good pit stop and we got some stuff done too..
We are on our way! Our adventure begins. We have been planning this journey around the world for over a year. It started by saving our Amex points accumulated with our business. I discovered that Amex points convert to Delta Skymiles 1:1 and an economy Around The World ticket costs 180,000 Skymiles. Collecting 360,000 Skymiles was only the beginning. The Skyteam website has a planning tool for creating an around the world flight. The rules are for regular paid tickets ...
... home to quickly change and went back into downtown Boise to meet some of her friends for happy hour at a place called The Red Feather. Great cocktails, wine and food for a couple of hours. Boise is a great little city with of outdoor bars and restaurants and everyone seems to cycle everywhere, a real outdoorsy type of place. Perfect for Kate. The next morning we are up early to load up the car to head to the mountains to a place called Ketchum. It's about a 3 ...