TownePlace Suites Boise West/Meridian
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... in this late. The only thing either of us can figure is that the trip was long and exhausting and our bodies just shut down and told us who was boss.
Today is shopping day. Heidi and I have been looking up store addresses, preparing where we want to go. Our “for sure” places are Kohl’s (we both like what they sell), Victoria Secret for Heidi and Catherine’s for me. After getting up so late we are getting dressed and ...
... nice and they even have some cabins to rent. It looked like the families occupied the cabins with young kids. I watched the kids run around for a little while and everybody seemed pretty laid back at this place.
I pitched the tent and set up for the night. After the long ride, it felt good to get off the bike and relax. I bedded down and took advantage of the Wi-Fi to watch a show on my phone before falling asleep.
Today's end ...
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Tomorrow we depart for Costa Rica! Sean and I are very excited to make this first trip to Central America, especially after almost 2 years of preparation for this vacation. The students have worked extremely hard throughout the last school year to raise funds for the trip (we sold a LOT of pizza!), and we're all eager to finally set foot upon Costa Rican soil. Our flight departs Boise tomorrow at 6:30 ...
... after their Scout GPS app took them to someones house that was suppose to have been a pizza place.
They are not sure if they will stop tonight or just try to finish the trip late, late tonight. Pray for safety and traveling mercies on this last leg of the journey. I have heard there is a lookout for Nana in Wyoming, something about a watering restriction violation. They have traveled over 2,000 miles and have less than 500 miles to go to get to their new home. YEAH!!!!!!! ...
... the day with a short drive from our campground to Promontory Summit, Utah, where we saw the connecting point of the Union Pacific Railroad and the Central Pacific Railroad, where, in 1869, the first transcontinental railroad was completed. It seemed pretty special to stand where history was made a little more than 140 years ago. In addition to the site itself, there are replicas of the two engines that met and brought the dignitaries for the ceremony. The park ranger told us ...