Shilo Inn Boise Riverside
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
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... Just as I am going to suggest that we call someone and inquire the phone rings and I direct the driver to where we are. It is now almost 1:00 p.m. and half the day is gone already. He gets the clip attached to the post and gives Heidi the go ahead to give the car a start. First time the dash lights up but there are no sounds. The second time the car starts without a problem. The driver tells Heidi it needs to run for 10-15 minutes and then we can go ...
We were up at 7am and out of the motel and on the road by 7:30. We stopped in La Grande for breakfast at a Denny. Continuing on we arrived in Boise around 12:30pm and went straight to Chuck and Lindy's apartment. We visited till about 4pm then went to the motel. Moved our stuff in and freshened up, relaxed a bit then went back to Chuck and Lindy's for dinner. Lindy fixed; ...
... town itself was literally a two horse town. At one stage we followed a river that just held us spell bound as it weaved it's path alongside the road. Lots of trout fisherman wading and using rafts and skiffs to do their thing.
We had the main lunch stop in John Day and whilst the group ate we window shopped. Noela was that tired that the lady in the furniture shop ...
... difficult, even with the blowing wind and stinging sleet. We got to the top and were treated with nice views of the city and snowy mountains behind. I also saw a marmot jump across the rocks. At one point it looked like a huge snow storm was coming toward us, but it stayed in the taller hills and missed us. Our hike down took us past a sandstone quarry and a row of cliffs that had huge boulders at the base. I climbed up and down as many boulders as I could while ...
... south on the Oregon side the canyon is lined on both sides by steep bluffs. However, the further north one goes the bluffs turn to rock and become increasingly severe. Time, and the fact that our bike is not suited for gravel roads, precluded exploration further north than Hell's Canyon Dam. A jet boat up the wild part of the Snake River would have been fun - but alas...
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