Tuesday, June 14, 2016

Thanks for Your Support

I would like to thank all the people that read and support this travel blog of Kathi and Arlon Boozer’s adventures. Most of my readers are from the United States, but I also have readers from Canada, Russia, Brazil, Ukraine, China, Poland, Germany, United Kingdom, Italy, Finland, Israel and France. I also have readers that find and read my articles on Google Plus from all over the world. I do not have statistics on my Google Plus followers.

I get a lot of referrals from Al Bossence’s blog thebayfieldbunch.com.  Al and his wife Kelly live in Ontario, Canada and spend some of their winter at Congress, AZ. Al takes great pictures and if travel blogs are interesting to you, this one is very informative and well done. I meant to say REALLY great pictures. He has several cameras and lenses and he takes a lot of pride in his work.

Special thanks to people that use the amazon.com ads to make purchases. I get a commission of approximately 4.5% for all purchases made at Amazon accessed through my website, arlonhboozer.com, this travel blog or my Thoughts and Ideas blog, thoughts.arlonhboozer.com.

The pictures below are along the Snake River near Twin Falls, Idaho. Click on the pictures to enlarge them.

Sign that show dams on the Snake River near Twin Falls.

Bridge from I-84 into Twin Falls

Looking east at the bridge from a golf course

Another view

A dam on the Snake River

Another bridge across the Snake River west of Twin Falls

One of many waterfalls visible along the Snake River between Hagerman and Twin Falls on US 30
Boat on the Snake

Horses near Hagerman, ID

Kathi took this picture driving down the road. I cannot remember where, but I like the picture.


  1. I remember when you both retired and got that super cool motor home. I was amazed that it has several stereos, flat screens and all that. Even a full on stereo in a door on the outside. A big tube came in the mail at my apartment in San Francisco. It was so long ago I can't remember if you mailed it to me or brought it on one of your visits. It was a huge map of the U. S. and every state was a different color. Brilliantly colored. We put it on the wall above my desk so I could track where you two were on your travels. Even thousands of miles away from each other we shared some times that made for great memories. It would be impossible to pick a second favorite but my first favorite memory was the day my brother came back home from the second Gulf War. I always describe that part of his being a U. S. Marine as the day I stopped holding my breath. I am glad you two have been able to travel so much. You were such great parents to the two of us.

    P. S. As much as I love your travel blog I have to mention your other blog. You write an entry almost every day and it is a superior blog that incorporates political theory and opinions, sociology and philosophy.

  2. Thanks, for making comments on my blogs, AJ. Thanks for reading both of them.