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Travel Blogs from Boise
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 …
... br> Jean had found a great winery about 20 miles from Garden City so we went for a tasting. We bought several bottles to add to our cellar (in the RV). They recommended a Mexican restaurant in town which was great. I won't eat until tomorrow!
We will get things ready for our departure in the morning.
... the same ages. It's always fun to catch up.
We celebrated Marilyn's birthday Monday evening (a day early) as we were leaving the next morning. Her daughter, Susan, husband, Grant, and granddaughter, McKell, joined us for Mexican dinner. Then we went back to Marilyn and ...
When I am not attending classes geared towards my elementary education major, I am going everywhere I can.
A few must visit places in Boise are:
- The Greenbelt
- Table Rock
- Camels Back Park
- Boise State University
And if you have some hours to kill traveling, try:
- Lucky Peak
- Idaho City
- Cascade, Idaho
Linda Burton posting from Boise, Idaho – "She's on the 4th floor," I was told by the gift shop manager, and I headed for the elevator right away, eager to visit Nike of Samothrace, aka The Winged Victory. I already knew the story of this 11-foot-high replica-of-a-statue-depicting-a-goddess who sits in the Idaho State Capitol; today I’m here for pictures. She is a heroic figure, even though her head ...