Knowing we did not have a long drive today, we got a leisurely start this morning. Anderson Park is a lovely spot with all of the green grass and flowering shrubs and trees. (Can you tell we've spent too much time in the desert?!) We sat drinking our coffee and watching all of the bird life.
We finally headed on down I-84 north through the Treasure Valley, heading for the Boise/Meridian KOA. We went by acres and acres of pastureland, irrigated fields and dairies. We saw another band of twenty or so pronghorns in a draw. Most of the drive is still at over 3000 feet, but it is definitely Spring.
We pulled into the KOA a little after one o'clock. There had only been back-in sites available when we made our reservation, but the front desk clerk told Forry it was was his lucky day. A pull-thru site was now available. We are in Site 3, not too far from the front gate.
The Mariners won their game with Cleveland 3-2 this afternoon. That was a good thing. We Skyped with Granddaughter Havela this evening - and watched Great Granddaughter Kahlyn come scooting across the living room floor to "talk" on the computer. She really moves fast! And we got all kinds of smiles!