Tuesday, September 23, 2014

9-21 to 9-22-2014 Boise Bound

Serendipity plays largely into our travels.  This time we found out through Facebook that our comedian friend Mike Faverman was going to be in Boise, Idaho, which is a natural first stop headed east from Portland, so we made plans to meet up with him Sunday night.  We had a great time that night, and met awesome friends of his who invited us to dinner the next evening.  So, we stayed another night, checked out downtown Boise (cute), and had a lovely dinner with Mike and his friends (our new friends).

Cara thought this was a wild view.  (The semi is actually being towed backwards.)

We stopped in Boardman, Oregon at the Sage Center, which Ross Farland designed, but it was closed on Sundays.  :(

Hanging out with Mike Faverman at Liquid Lounge (before our dinner at Solid Grill and Bar next door).
Same owner - liquid...solid...get it?

We do love public art, so the "Freak Alley Gallery" was a nice find in downtown Boise, Idaho.

Freak Alley Gallery continued into the alley - LOVE it!

Half off drinks during happy hour  drew us into the Brickyard and did not disappoint.  Cara had
the Idaho Mountain Cosmo, and it was yummy!

The Brickyard is a beautiful, upscale restaurant and bar.

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