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pool and hot tub yeah
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... get over to Catherine’s,” she says. We reprogram GyPSy and find it is only two minutes away so we head over. After a few burps, we find the correct entrance and find the store. We go in. I love this place! Heidi, bra queen is with me and she encourages me to try on some bras. I am doubtful that I will find anything to fit but to my surprise, and not the usual size, I find something that will work. Hooray!. Next I look at pants and again, the ...
... for the next week. I ordered a small but the lady charged me for a medium (I did however win a free medium fries off the McD's monopoly game so I forgive her upselling me)
After ingesting my 3000 kcal shake I was not hungry for lunch yet so we powered on. We decided to stop in Vale, OR one of the last few towns before the border. We stood outside a saloon that advertised BBQ for a while contemplating if we wanted ...
... but were all agreed to ride today and see how we did. I think I may have been doing better than Dave – we were at breakfast at 7:40 and discussing how busy they were, and he commented on its being only 6:40 am. He’d never set his watch back the day before, and so all morning had been taking his time, wondering why we were getting such a really early start!
Rode out from the motel about 8:20 and within five minutes had ...
... will never ski - cold and snow being number one and two. On the way to the cabin we encountered a large sheep herd moving to a new grazing area led by one smart sheep dog. Phil and Christy treated us to an old fashioned cook out with burgers, hot dogs, and marshmallows. The cabin is a modern yet rustic mountain get away.
... where the story leads however. Translation comes next. “The wood! The wood!” Therein lie the bragging rights today, the point of pride in this City of Trees; it’s how the river got its name (eventually), the city too. The river supports the trees, the trees enhance the city, a joint effort for a really good way of life. Les Bois! The Wood!
The Boise River is a fast-moving stretch of ...