TownePlace Suites Boise West/Meridian
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... the shorter route to Boise. I am skeptical but don’t say much; inside I am fearing that we will get to this Dubois and there will not be a gas station there. I also have a concern that getting off the interstate is not going to be a good thing so we decide that while Heidi pumps gas, I will go ask the local people which would be the better route to Boise.
We cross over the Idaho border around 4:30 p.m. The speed on the Interstate jumps to 80 ...
Hi All - Sean kicking things off here.
To be fair, we are going to hike part of the Haute Route; not the whole thing. That would just be crazy :-). However, we are going to be content (and likely more comfortable) with taking in some of the highlights of this historic trek including the tranquil Champex-Lac, the remote Cabane du Mont Fort, the mountain luxury of the Hotel Weisshorn, and ...
This is merely a re-intro in my bloggy mc blog.....I have lots of stateside intros to make since my return in October.........Hard to believe I had 750 or more regular followers before I blew everything off,,, Guess I just list my way, my motivation,my sense of self for a while.....My only intention here,,, other than to show you some pics,,, post on ...
... And finally, the trivia for the day was something else we'd never seen before: signs along Interstate 84 in Idaho warning that high winds are common; black on yellow diamonds with red wind socks flying above them! Just so you don't feel too sorry for me in my cramped quarters, two more fairly short days' drives will bring us to Sherwood, Oregon, where we'll be in a real house for several days, with Nancy, Jeff and granddaughters Kelsie and Lucy. That's a treat we're both looking forward ...
... though is the guy who I spent a fair few hours getting to know. He was covered in tattoos from his neck down. He informed me that the feathers in his tattoos were something he had to earn while in prison, a place he’d earned his entry by assaulting some guy so badly he only stopped because he thought he’d killed him. To earn each feather tattoo he had to stab a prisoner of a different racial gang; the feather on his ...