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 ...
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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 ...
... 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 ...
... 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. ...
... 8220;My bad,” I said, and scratched his chin. I rearranged some boxes, a temporary fix; oh well, I thought, it’s not that many hours to go. I’d left too late, didn’t want to pack the car again, but the schedule for the Journey was in my hands to keep. So we’re on our way to Idaho; to Boise, capital city number six. Except for one last Utah stop.
“You missed the ...