Inn America A Budget Motel
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... or "Let it be forever." The state bird is the mountain bluebird and the flower is the syringa. The state is home to the Canoe Camp Historic Site (Lewis and Clark), the Heart of the Monster National Historic Park, Nez Perce National Historic Park, the Craters of the Moon National Monument and Preserve, and Northwest Nazarene University.
No major stories from this state. Surprise, huh? Well, I think it's time for me to sign off. Headed for Salt Lake ...
... Since I only had coffee this morning I get the mini muffins I brought and the mini Ritz cheese sandwich crackers. I eat two of the muffins and some of the Ritz while People’s Court is on television. Heidi is outside, smoking and chatting on her tablet. The phone rings and it is Ford. They will send an affiliate auto rescue to get the car started. They will be here in 445 minutes or less. All we can do now is wait so that is what we do.
... t stop to see on the drive to Canada because we needed to get their for the reunion. It will be a short visit but we are looking forward to seeing our SLC buddies.
Tuesday, August 19 and Wednesday, August 20
We commenced with working on our to do list. Most of the things we expected to be delivered had arrived, the telescoping ladder, the awning cap, Ted's new phone, the replacement credit card and Ted's driver's license. The phone is another replacement phone for ...
... is only about 2700 ft above sea level.
The days have been warm here in Boise, but the nights cool off nicely.
Mike and Connie have been great hosts and we have spent most of our time talking, eating and having a few cocktails
Mike and I smoked some ribs for our trip to Lowman, ID tomorrow. We also ...
... with few trees before dropping down into the Boise River valley.
It was hot, not unexpected in August. We parked the RV in Marilyn and Dick's driveway after visiting with Jean and Bill Harenberg. The four of us used to play pinochle together when Bob and Bill worked together for the USGS. ...