The view from the plane as we were arriving in Boise, Idaho. I thought the round fields looked interesting. Isn't it amazing how organized things look from above? [Thanks for the reminder, God, that you are in control.]
There were some beautiful homes in Boise, which I wanted to capture on film but couldn't get a clear view from the street. Here is a glimpse of one.
Nampa has some old buildings still in use. Beautiful architecture and love all the details.
The old Train Depot built in 1902 is now a museum
A Firestone Tire Store turned coffee house, called the Flying M. Our daughters introduced us to this place when they were attending Northwest Nazarene University. We have to have their black currant iced tea or a coffee whenever we're in town.
Here's the original sign they changed from 'Firestone' to 'Finestore'
We had a chance to hit some sales and found a few great items.
Vintage rooster creamer
Antique milk bottle holder & milk bottles found at different sales
(so pretty with roses shown in other posts)
Went to a supposed 'antique flea market' which ended up being one antique store ~ found this great vintage 3 piece tin canister set and a set of metal TV trays, in almost like new condition (no picture, because they're still in Nampa; couldn't fit them on the plane :)
We found the following items at one estate sale, and everything was very cheap.
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