Super 8 Nampa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... am used to buying at home are extremely big on me so I have to go down a size and and some cases two. Heidi tells me she is going over to the Dress Barn which is two or three doors down. Just as I complete my purchases Heidi comes back so we head to the car. We had decided earlier that we would go to Red Lobster for dinner tonight so that is where we head next.
Red Lobster is quiet and we get seated immediately. Our server is named Cassandra ...
... a place that had an old toilet outside as a receptacle for cigarette butts. Apparently we did, we went on in and found a nice air-conditioned spot.
The lady was telling Chris all the Beers on tap. Chris went with the Kers. L "Oh you went with the Kers huh?" Chris laughed since he had realized before me that the lady was saying Coors when all we heard was Kers, Kers Light etc. Food was edible which sometimes is all you can ...
... Snake River into Idaho. Because we were going up a hill, we never thought to stop and take a picture. On we rode, south out of the Ontario area on Highway 95. The air was cool, it was a bright morning, and we cruised pretty well through the farmland. I’ve never seen anywhere that grows so many onions! Once I was riding, I felt better, and we made pretty good time. We arrived in Parma, mile 20, at 10:00. Just before that we passed what we ...
Today's trip was across the middle of Idaho, starting in Jackson, Wyoming and ending in Eagle, Idano. Stopped to see the Craters Of The Moon National Monument. It is the most desolate park ever. I guess that is why they call it the moon. We are spending the night at the Neuhoff home in Eagle, Idaho. Tomorrow we travel to McCall to see the cabin.
... in the Sawtooths and headed for the Snake, 102 miles in length. The watershed encompasses about 4,100 square miles of diverse habitat – alpine canyons, forest, rangeland, farm land, and urban area. I’m looking at that urban stretch, the Boise Greenbelt; I’m sitting beside its 25-mile bike and pedestrian path. You might see great blue heron when you are riverside, you might see Canada geese; for sure ...