La Quinta Inn & Suites Boise Airport
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... around the city that night.
Sean got to catch up with his friend, Greg (Gat Man) who works for Micron. Greg took Sean on a tour of the facility and touted why he should apply to work there. Afterwards we all went for drinks and food on the river with the dogs. It was nice to listen to the guys chat. There was still a bond and respect between them despite the fact that they hadn’t seen each other in 16 years.
Katie and Jeff let me ...
... Monument which is about 45 minutes outside Salt Lake City and fully justified our decision to go to SLC in the first place. The trail to get to the cave is a bit hairy - already at altitude it's almost a 1,000ft (1.5m) climb to the top. There's a ladies group that walks up and down this trail 4 times in a row as part of their fitness regime! Cameron is turning into a right wee hiker and he loved the story the park ranger told at the top of how the cave was first discovered (by ...
... in crab. They have t-shirts and other souvenirs on display in the front area but there is no one around. We hear voices and movement sort of behind us and Hiedi, the brave one takes a peek and discovers it is people working in the kitches. The must be prepping for their opening in just a few minutes. We mingle about the front area a good few minutes and look at the souvenir offerings and discuss how easy it would be for someone to come in and ...
... seems to be a lot of sagebrush or something similar with an occasional crop field in the mix. Along with its narrowness there is also a lot of driving in the mountains, around them. One of the most interesting places along this route is known as Craters of the Moon Natural preserve. It looks like the area has been damage by a devastating fire and while this may be part of some of the story, what this area really is the site of ancient volcanos. ...
Boise, it seems, is a pretty nice city. Leaving this morning we passed the Boise Performing Arts School, a museum, and Boise State University. We had a few hours of driving in Idaho before we passed briefly through Utah and then into Wyoming - cowboy country. We stopped for gas before leaving Idaho. Gas stations are few and far between. Price of gas? $4.50/gallon! Gas in ...