Rodeway Inn & Suites of Nampa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... drags on and we continue to wait. At some point the cleaning lady comes by and asks if she can clean the room so I get out of her way and let her to her job. Still waiting, Heidi comes in just as I tune the television to Criminal Minds. A girl needs her Shemar Moore fix where ever and whenever she can get it. Heidi comes in and watches for a bit then goes back outside. This is the longest 45 minutes in history; even Heidi comments that a watched pot ...
We continue to make our way east stopping at Idaho's capital, just in time for the their state fair. I made a short video of our visit to the fair (click on the arrow to start the video). Rides, exhibits, food, food and more food! Our next stop was downtown to check out the capital building. It had a complete restoration and looked ...
We stayed at Bob and Pat's home. They fed us a great dinner and we had a great time getting to know them. They are relatives of Lindsey's. This was going to be their first long trip on motorcycles!
After a great breakfast (Pat can definitely through a little something together) we headed back to the freeway and headed north, oh joy. We stop at the Oregon border so I ...
... pretty crowded. Looked like a neat place, a green oasis in the desert.
By now it was about 1:30, pretty warm, and I was almost falling asleep on my bike. I ate some Sport Beans, which have caffeine, and we rode for another half hour or so until we had logged 60 miles for the day. The goal had been 73 miles, stopping at Murphy, but Lea called to say there was no motel or anything within miles, so we’d have to drive to find our ...
... Cat got stung on the palm by something), we packed up and headed out of the city and got on the freeway back towards Oregan. We passed a sign on the way that read that it was 96 degrees and for the next few hours roasted in our mobile greenhouse without air con. Around 5pm we started climbing back through the mountains and it started to cool down a bit and as interstate highways go, I-84 wasn't too bad. When we got as far as La ...