Archive for June, 2007

Tracy’s Birthday at Pojo’s

Thursday, June 28th, 2007

June 14th was Tracy’s birthday, and our niece and nephew wanted to take her to Pojo’s, which is like Chucky Cheese’s with lots of games, bumper cars, arcades, etc. We had a blast, the bumper cars were super fun, especially once we figured out how to make them spin around so fast you got dizzy. […]

Fishing in Lucky Peak Lake

Monday, June 25th, 2007

Lucky Peak is a reservoir about 20 minutes from Boise. We headed out there last Saturday afternoon to do some fishing with Claudia and Mark. They’ve got a great little boat and we set up four lines as we trolled up and down the reservoir. It was perfect weather for being on the water, a […]

City of Rocks

Tuesday, June 12th, 2007

We spent the last weekend climbing at the City of Rocks, about 3 hours from Boise. It’s a world class climbing area, and a great place to hang in general. The weather was perfect, and the climbing was fun, very different from most of the climbing we do around Carbondale. Spud as usual was on […]

One Man’s Trash

Tuesday, June 12th, 2007

We had lunch in a park yesterday, and as we were leaving we saw an older woman who was going through the trash cans. We figured she was looking for recycling, and saw her take some newspapers out. She then went over to the recycle center and put the newspapers in. She had gone through […]

Bouldering at Table Rock

Friday, June 8th, 2007

The last couple days have been cold and rainy, snow up high. Last night it cleared and we went up to Table Rock to do some bouldering. It’s only about 10 minutes from where we live and sits on a hill above town. The temperature was perfect and the climbing was really fun. The stone […]

Back in Boise

Tuesday, June 5th, 2007

We made it to Idaho! Our last day in Carbondale was spent climbing at a local cliff with a bunch of our friends followed by a bbq in the parking lot afterwards, Mike, you are the man! Saturday was more packing and cleaning and we didn’t get out of town until 6:30. The drive to […]