Shilo Inn Suites - Nampa Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... less than an hour we are back in the car discussing what to do next.
Yesterday we got introduced to Joe’s Crab Shack and sort of decided that maybe tonight we could go there for a farewell dinner since we are heading back to Great Falls tomorrow. After some discussion of our options this is what we decide to do. “It’s only 4:00 but maybe we should go now. You know, with it being Friday night it could get busy later ...
... a place that had an old toilet outside as a receptacle for cigarette butts. Apparently we did, we went on in and found a nice air-conditioned spot.
The lady was telling Chris all the Beers on tap. Chris went with the Kers. L "Oh you went with the Kers huh?" Chris laughed since he had realized before me that the lady was saying Coors when all we heard was Kers, Kers Light etc. Food was edible which sometimes is all you can ...
"Take it easy. Take it easy. Don't let the sound of your own wheels drive you crazy." (The Eagles)
I couldn't believe it when Dennis opened the door to take Jetson outside first thing in the morning and the bright sun shone into the room. Was it really time to get up? I was still so tired from yesterday’s long ride, that I almost didn’t feel very well. We hadn’t scheduled a rest day in our ride, and had discussed taking ...
Today's trip was across the middle of Idaho, starting in Jackson, Wyoming and ending in Eagle, Idano. Stopped to see the Craters Of The Moon National Monument. It is the most desolate park ever. I guess that is why they call it the moon. We are spending the night at the Neuhoff home in Eagle, Idaho. Tomorrow we travel to McCall to see the cabin.
... in the Sawtooths and headed for the Snake, 102 miles in length. The watershed encompasses about 4,100 square miles of diverse habitat – alpine canyons, forest, rangeland, farm land, and urban area. I’m looking at that urban stretch, the Boise Greenbelt; I’m sitting beside its 25-mile bike and pedestrian path. You might see great blue heron when you are riverside, you might see Canada geese; for sure ...