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... adventurer, then you don't need much more than a day here. There is a lot more to do in nature, but just not inside the city. I was really intrigued by how big and cheap a lot of the houses are here. I also thought it was interested that a lot of Boise was used in the Oregon Trail. They have markers along select parts of the suburbs where the Oregon Trail used to be. I had no clue it used to be here.
... whilst Kate has to study. That evening Kate booked tickets for me, Charlie and her friend Sian to the local Shakespeare outdoor Theatre to see as you like it. It's an outdoor theatre that you can take along a picnic and wine whilst enjoying the show. It's only a small place and we have the cheap seats on the grassy area at the back, but this doesn't really matter as the theatre is so small anyway. The show was As you Like It and was actually quite good for an amateur ...
... is coming up so fast, only 4 more days until I'm resting peacefully in Kauai, Hawaii. So tomorrow is my last day at work. It is going to be so hard to say goodbye. I don't think it has really set in yet! Then spending the evening with some amazing friends for a last goodbye...aka...a celebration that I'm getting outta here and traveling. Sunday, I will moving all of my belongings into my storage, then having a last hurrah dinner with all my "mom and pop ...
... me thinks). We honked the horn on exiting the restaurant which is a tradition to show the staff how much we appreciated there work.
The afternoon was spent in downtown Boise, which seemed eerily quiet. We checked out the Basque section of town (Who knew that Boise had a Spanish immigration problem?). The temperature was tipping 100 degrees so we sought shelter in a bar where we met Desiree our barmaid who told us all about how she was ...
... We've been excited for six months. It’s beyond that. We’re ready to leave and get this show on the road (literally).
I hope to keep this blog updated every few days (once the trip begins) and will do my best to upload pics as we go along.
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