Welcome, please come inside out of the rain. There coffee and tea to drink. A lot has happened since I last posted. I have had a couple of outings to brighten my days. Thanks to all my supporters both new and old I am an 88-year-old married woman. We have been together for over 65 years I will turn 89 next week.
This 1/2 year went by fast and its already for the July 4 and celebrations. Those who don’t it, Idaho became state July 3, 1890. Before World War 2 the date was celebrated. So we had 2 days of firecrackers and excitement. During the war, it was determined manpower was needed. It has never been reinstated.
One thing I am wondering about is editing software. What one would buy. I use to know about photo editing but don’t know about the ones available now. Thanks!
Last Friday, Kathy and I visited the Idaho Historical Museum. Only 30 persons were allowed in at one time. We needed to buy tickets online. There were excellent handicap facilities. Masks were suggested but not mandatory. The museum was completely redone since I had been there. There were interactive exhibits. A visit to the gift shop before we left.
A drive around Julia Davis Park because I was tired we left the houses, zoo and the rose gardens for another time. Boise has changed from my childhood. I never thought I could get lost, I didn’t recognized anything. I saw a different part of Boise on the drive to Meridian. A stopped at Boise CO-OP in Meridian to get some GF goodies for the weekend and we go lost. A stopped Sonic for milkshakes before we arrived home.
Boise Greenbelt news: a young bobcat was sighted and reported. It reminds about the time when Kato knew there was a bobcat around a week before the humans saw him. He just disappear.
UNTIL next time stay safe!