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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 ...
... crime you could have a larger cell with one cellmate or maybe even none. The laundry building was also very interesting – the machines were huge; 4 washers and 3 dryers and though most of the machines were powered, some were obviously manually run. The maximum security building has fewer cells and there are no double bunks here. Each cell block is enclosed by bars and gates. On the second floor of this building is death row and evidently it was ...
... to be in Boise at the same time as the Western Idaho State Fair. We haven't been to a state fair in years and neither had Ben and Lisa. Collectively we decided that this was the time to renew our acquaintance with fair food, baked goods exhibits and farm animals. Ben started us off with a Bloomin' Onion and there was no stopping from then on. We had Finger Steak (deep fried steak pieces which seem to be a local thing since we had never seen nor heard of them before), ...
... of the moon. It was one of the nights of the full, honey colored moon so when I finished working I sat outside on a lawn chair staring up at how incredible it looked. There were a lot of choppy clouds out too so it made for a really cool show watching the moon continuously disappear behind a cloud and then pop out again a few seconds later. Sitting out there that night has been one of my favorite moments from this trip and one I hope to hold onto as a great memory.
Having traveled most of the way to Boise the previous day, we had a short trip into Boise to visit Lindsey, Jaxon and Parker. We arranged a birthday party in a nearby park then visited a couple of the beautiful parks in downtown Boise along the river.
I think Darlene should give her impressions of that fun day with the grandchildren:
We arrived at Lindsey's around noon – opening the door to ...