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One of our tires is losing air again on a slow leak. (remember last winter). we thought we had fixed it but not true so I needed to find a place to add some air. We stopped in three places and finally found a place at Dornan's which helped out but not totally.
We were up early this morning and had breakfast; I Made bacon and eggs with sliced bananas and toast. Since it was raining all night and it continued this morning so we just watched the news this morning about the weather. About 11am the clouds started breaking up so we decided to go ahead with our plans to go to Grace, Idaho for the Caribou County Fair. We had a few drizzles on the way, but no hard rain; or at least not until we arrived. ...
... go on a Sunday, they are closed, even in the Summertime.
Here are a few Potato facts for your reading pleasure:
Did you know?
*Today potatoes are grown in all 50 states of the USA and in about 125 countries throughout the world.
*The sweet potato belongs in the same family as morning glories while the white potato belongs to the same group as tomatoes, tobacco, chile pepper, eggplant and the petunia.
*The potato is about ...
... pavilion Mr. Baker rang the triangle because dinner was served.
Our Dinner included tender Roast BBQ Beef, a delicious Idaho baked potato with all the toppings, salad with choice of toppongs, roll, ranch beans and corn. Ice cold raspberry lemonade made from home grown berries, ice cold water and coffee were served to top off the meal. We were so full but neither of us could resist the desert. Homemade Vanilla pound cake with ...
... John Hynds, John Maxwell, Samuel Nott, William Richmond, Peter Rost, Osborne Russell, Charles Schriver, John Timmer, and John Ward. The presence of several hundred Bannock and Shoshone Indians camped with their families in the general vicinity of the fort seemed a good omen for the future of the post. But the Hudson's Bay Company had other plans. Thomas McKay, a tried and true HBC man, had traveled for a time with Wyeth and was probably fully aware of Wyeth's ...