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Re: [RC] treatments in AERC rides--> now idaho - Lynne Glazer

Hey, John, isn't there still only one area code in ID?

Other than the inversion layer in the winter from all the wood stoves, I think Treasure Valley is a capital place to live (and visit, as I've done the latter a lot from 1976 on.)

The jet stream's dip generally misses it, and the milder weather is sure welcome. Still a darn bit colder than what you're used to, Tiff!

Steph & John's Oreana is gorgeous, but probably a bit far from St. Luke's as a commuting distance but not by Calif stds. St. Al's, further into town is a major hospital. I love the "culture" of a capital city, grew up in one. Lots of schools, tends to be a lot going on. Lucky Peak reservoir, rafting through town, lots to do.


On Dec 17, 2003, at 4:38 PM, John Teeter wrote:

What is the size of a city (when is a city a town and vice versa)?

I'm not sure but there are only 4-6 cities in Idaho:)

Boise, Nampa, Caldwell, Meridian are all part of the "treasure valley".
Twin Falls is the center of the Majic Valley
Pocotello and Idaho Falls on the east side.

that's about it for south Idaho. Now things are a bit more sparse up north:)



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RE: [RC] treatments in AERC rides--> now idaho, Steph Teeter
Re: [RC] treatments in AERC rides--> now idaho, Tiffany D'Virgilio
Re: [RC] treatments in AERC rides--> now idaho, John Teeter