Yesterday I venture out of my apartment.We were headed for St. Luke’s Meridian Hospital for blood work so my I can long have a my overdrew osteoporosis shot. We were out of hospital in record time. We decided to go to Caldwell, town about 20 miles from Meridian. There is a gluten-free bakery there. Kathy lived there in the past and my alma mater is located there.
First we stop at Cliff’s County Market to find some bakery good I can eat. There was apple crisp, various kinds cake, individual packages. There delightful apron and should bags. I now have a number of good tasting bakery goods. I had an apple twist portion and blueberry muffin this morning. Both were a great taste and I hope to able to go back.
Next we drove down Cleveland Avenue. The main street. Saw all the early homes. In the nineteenth century the city was very important. The College of Idaho is found on this avenue.
Some information about the college. It is a private school and receives no money from the state of Idaho. Efforts to change the name have not been successful. For awhile it was known as Albertsons college and dilpona can read as Albertsons Collage. I spent 3 years there and my fourth year in Chicago for my BS degree in Medical technology and Zoology. I see the Collge is on Idaho Historical list.
The HAT is still there. There were so many new buildings, had trouble recognizing the building that I remember. You couldn’t park near the building and all were up-to-date. The weather was gusty and the cloud formations were interesting. We used my wheelchair and we need to buy some accessories for it. It does make trips easier for both of us. I was tired when we return home. It was very good for me.
Goodbye for now and Wear a mask and be safe.