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Charlie says he feels much calmer today and has adopted Toni's car as his new home. We went to two different cemeteries, the only green places around with shade trees, so he could get a good walk and I could sit on a gravestone and eat lunch.
I found the sagebrush filled valleys and rolling hills soothing and relaxing with nary another car …
... us to confine ourselves in and reaffirms our ideology. precluding any chance of us understanding or even beginning to comprehend anything remotely foreign. Exacerbating a world of Me's when what is needed now more than ever is a world of We.
So if I run into somewhere along the road feel free to pick the tunes; its better for everyone.
... But the overwhelming impression is one of white marble everywhere.
Note: Scagliola is a mixture of gypsum, glue, marble dust, and granite dyed to look like marble.
Lunch was back in the Basque Quarter at a different restaurant, Gerniko’s. We had sololom, pork with pimento, sandwich and chirizo on a bun. Very good.
The afternoon was spent at the World Center for Birds of Prey, the center for ...
Our day started with a free breakfast at the Comfort Inn, Green River, UT which included blueberry waffles! It was a long, long day of driving. Green River, UT to Boise, ID is approximately 520 miles. We hit several construction sites and semi-truck slow downs.
The driving was pretty uneventful - which we were happy about.
... the Capitol Building; Well #1 goes down 2,150 feet; Well # 2 is 3,030 feet deep. By 1982, the State of Idaho geothermal system was supplying heat from 165-degree-Fahrenheit water to nine buildings in the Capitol Mall complex, including the State Capitol. It’s true, Idaho has the only state capitol in the US that is heated by geothermal water.
In 1981 four wells were drilled northeast of downtown Boise and along the edge of ...