La Quinta Inn & Suites Meridian / Boise West
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... reach Helena around 1:00 p.m. and we have added an hour to our ETA in Boise. Heidi is in disbelief that we still have over 700 kms. to cover. By 2:15 we have gotten through the highway construction near Butte. We see a sign announcing a Rest Stop in one mile and the next 94 miles further. We decide that this would be a good place to pull off and have our “Dine on Swine” picnic. We gather our sandwiches, some chips and some Starbucks ...
... first ride out.
Breakfast around 9 and then got ready for another day of travel.
I crossed the 45th Parallel at 11:45 this morning.
Forgot about the time zone change, so I arrived in Boise about an hour later than I planned.
A wonderful dinner with Aunt Hester, Cousin Gary and his wife Wanda.
Got an atlas today and I am looking at alternative routes based on travel information from many travelers.
More tomorrow. ...
... saying? There isn't really a kitchen. This is basically a rolling bedroom with a sink, a stove, a table, refrigerator and bathroom.) Really, there is about 2 and a half inches of counter around the sink and then there's the table. So where do you put the lid to the pan you're cooking with when you take it off to stir what you're cooking? Not on the table, because that's already full of other things. I guess this is why some people set up a table (or use the picnic table provided at ...
... capitol on our Trolley ride, it was mentioned once again – the only capitol in the United States with geothermal heat. So where, I asked, is this hot water? I’ve been to Yellowstone; I’ve seen the geysers and the steaming bubbling pools, favored spots for buffalo in winter snows. I’ve been to Hot Springs National Park; I’ve seen the bathhouses there, favored spots for people seeking soothing waters to ease ...
... the “Great Waters” of the ocean, something her people dreamed of, but few got to do. She wasn’t paid for her services however; when the Expedition returned home, Charbonneau was paid $500.33 and given 320 acres of land; Sacajawea received nothing. She died of a fever at 25.
In 2000 a US dollar gold coin was issued featuring Sacajawea, with her infant Jean-Baptiste slung over her shoulder. He is the only child ...