Inn America A Budget Motel
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It is July 4 and I have to run to the store to get the truck ready for the road. Mike and I ran around in the morning and met Barb and Connie for lunch in Eagle.
We put a prime rib on the grill for dinner. It turned out good Barb and Connie made Hot Fudge from scratch, that was really tasty. Barb made mine with "fake sugar" and it was still really ...
... couldn't understand much of what everyone said, even though it was mostly English- very thick accents. You could tell when someone was from a different county, and even a town outside the city. Small town folk sounded much more "Darby O'Gill and the Little People." Gaelic is spoken almost everywhere, with some towns, it's the first language. It's also on all of the street signs and other signage. Most radio stations spoke primarily in Gaelic, which was fun to listen to (for about ...
... some nice photo opportunities as we walk along the walkway. We also encounter more of those friendly people that were so prominent yesterday. This truly is a very friendly city. As we walk, we also encounter some Canada Geese who are completely unafraid of us as we walk by. They are lounging on the grass near another outdoor eating/beverage establishment called the SandBar. Here too, the staff is preparing for the day’s business. We take ...
... had a tiny taste of ice cream - Oregon toasted hazelnut salted carmel which was a new flavor. Did you know that 90% of all US grown hazelnuts are grown in Oregon? Us either.
Okay so we now had some serious road travel to make it all the way to Boise by nightfall. We had to travel back through Portland and then along the Columbia river gorge. The weather was warm and without the air conditioner buttons working properly (Sheree broke it previously some how), we had ...
... Glacier and the elevated alpine topography of the just departed ski village of McCall the barrenness of Boise was quite jarring to the eye.
The down town area is small but had some interesting architecture, was clean and had a couple of eat streets with al fresco dining on wide foot paths along tree lined city streets, a cabal of bars in the Basque part of town and a ...