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... the road again, we headed out of Wyoming and into Southern Idaho. The scenery got pretty boring so the drive became a long one. We did plan to stop and camp at Thousand Springs State Park, but we got quite lost finding it (turns out its not one thing- it's about 6 different places). So we eventually found Mallard Gorge which was one part. It ...
Leaving Boise, Idaho, our 5 "kids", 4 grandkids, friends, Honeys beloved BSU Broncos during football season and my comfort zone! We are hotfooting it to the New England States for the spectacular fall display and where this adventure will really begin...From there we have a desire to be in the Clearwater, FL area with family around Christmas. We also will head West to La Quinta, CA for a couple months, Vegas for a ...
... is small but very well done. Beginning with the history of the Basque people in Spain, it describes their culture and lifestyle, mostly fishing along the coast and shepherding in the inland regions. There were large pictures of the Basque region, the people and their festivals. Also along the top of the displays were large pictures of men who came to Idaho in the early waves of immigration. I assume that they were ...
Thurs 21st June cont.
Once we found somewhere to park, we wandered down to the capital building to have a look inside. Outside there was a film crew and a big group of people called the warriors that were having a ceremony of sorts. There were also Harleys with the stars and stripes flags on the back. So we entered through the garden entrance to keep out of the way and the information office ...
... Moore, president of the water company, took a bold step; he installed hot water heating in his home, a new brick mansion at the corner of Warm Springs Avenue and Walnut Street. His was the first house in America to be heated in this way.
An electric street car ran from downtown to the new Natatorium and Warm Springs Avenue was the scene of more building than any other part of the city. Houses, and businesses, with geothermal heat. ...
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