Travel Blogs from Caldwell
... lunch and relaxed under our awning until it was time for dinner. After a meal of homemade burgers, we showered, chilled out watching another episode of Hustle until it was time for bed.
Thurs 21st June.
Got up at 8am, (which was actually 9am due to the change of the clock) had
breakfast then got ready to leave. We then headed to Boise the state
capital to have a look round.
... music, the food, those gorgeous curving live oak trees.
· Phoenix: I loved the big wide palm-lined streets, the mountains jutting up all over town, the casual scene, the calm. Relax, enjoy the sun. The bougainvillea everywhere, even on the freeway walls.
· Sacramento: I loved the gold-rush aura in the air, the California double-dare, the spirit of the pioneers, ...
... anything. The sky was blue and we were able to make about 75mph (watching for the traffic patrols!). The temperature was on the rise, eventually getting to 95 degrees as we headed East - we appreciate the air conditioning in the pimp-mobile.
In terms of media watch – no time for a paper today, but we listened to talk radio as we went – struck by the number of adverts looking for volunteers to do ...
... accepting of other religions and have decided that I will not let other people's religious bigotry affect me reaching potential.
I really believe that on a vibrational level we attract to us what we are sending out and I am very happy to conclude that I must be sending out some pretty darn good vibes with everything that has come into my life recently!! My current mantra is "I have a flatmate who is respectful, pays their bills on time, loves cats and motorbikes!'.
Today, my family and I traveled in the car all day long. I got a little chlostrophobic but overall the car ride went by fast. The past few days, I have been in the car riding, too. I went to see Mt. Rushmore and we drove to see Yellowstone National Park, but when we got there, it was closed becase of snow. We finally arrived in our appartment in ...