Starting off my summer with a broken arm didn’t lend itself to lots of extracurricular activities, but I did manage to have some fun despite my bum arm.
In July, we took a day trip up to McCall, Idaho to canoe up the river. My arm still was healing, so I had to be careful with it, which meant I didn’t have to row. Yippeee!!! My husband and son rowed me while I sat in the middle like the Queen of Sheba. That was pretty nice. I could get used to having people row me around, although I would demand a more comfortable seat next time.
Wanting to please me (or terrify me, more likely) my son stood and pretended he was a Gondola driver. He made me quite nervous that he would tip our canoe and drown me since I was wedged under the bar…but thankfully Continue reading
Whoooo’s up for a visit along the Boise greenbelt here in Idaho? Hopefully you are, since you’re reading this post.
I love Boise! It is an outdoorsy community that has wonderful trails and parks to enjoy. I love spending an hour or two walking or biking along the miles of river trails here, or heading up into the foothills just outside of town. There are lots of parks along the greenbelt with ponds and shady trees and beautiful landscape. Continue reading
I absolutely love where I live! I really do. Boise, Idaho is a quaint, comfortable city that isn’t too big…and isn’t too small. And it has a cool name that is easy to remember when you’re a kid learning your state capitals; “Boysies and Girlsies live in Idaho.” Clever, huh?
There are miles and miles of paths and trails that meander along the Boise River, starting at Lucky Peak Dam and going all the way through Boise and Garden City and ending in Eagle.
The Greenbelt has lots of parks along it…and a zoo. Boise State University cozies up next to it as well (Go Broncos!).
Being a desert rat, I feel like Boise is lush and green (I know Easterners will laugh at that, but compared to Nevada & Southern Utah, it’s a garden paradise. Trust me).
Things I see HERON Boise are: Continue reading