This first reason why my trip to Idaho was my favorite was because before we went to Idaho, we stayed in Seattle. Our plan was to spend a couple days in Seattle, then drive to Idaho which would take 10 hours. While we were there, we went to almost every cool place there. We went to Pike's Place, where they have the first ever Starbucks, (The line was way to long to sit through) of course, the Space Needle, the Aquarium, the Museum of art, and a bunch of other places. We stayed at a hotel a couple miles away from everything which was right next to a Denny's so we got some good breakfast every morning.
Another reason why it was really fun was because after the 10 hour drive across state, we finally made it to the Northern Idaho town of Sandpoint. Sandpoint is one of those towns where everything you need is there, it's really old fashion in some parts, and for some reason everyone rides bikes.But just near a mile out of the town there's all the big stores. Home Depot, Target, and I think Costco was there. They even have a beach which is connected to a huge lake right outside of town. We rode our bikes there every day. We stayed there for a week or so, just in time for the 4th of July where they had a huge firework show at the beach and we got to do our own fireworks later. (Fireworks are really expensive there too!) I think that is where I would like to live when I grow up just because of how nice it is and because it's where my mom grew up. But the amount of spiders there might be a deal breaker. They're huge!
The last reason that was the best trip I went on was because they have a amusement park. That's right! Just near a 30 minute drive out of town, they have a huge amusement park/water park called Silverwood. We went there once since it's expensive to get in. The amusement park was fun but they only really had big roller coasters there which I've never been a big fan of. But the part that I really liked was the Water park. The water park had 4 parts, this giant play structure thing with water guns, and slides, and this big bucket that looked to fill with dozens of gallons of water, and when it filled to the brim, it tipped over on everyone below. The next park was the lazy river, where it's a long river that laps around. It goes really slow and there's a lot of tubes and stuff to ride. The 3rd part is the wave pool which is this big pool, where in the very back, generate waves somehow that makes it really fun, and the last part is the big water slides.
In conclusion, that was the best and funnest trip I've ever went on. I am looking forward to reading your guy's blogs to see where you guys went in your life. Anyways, I'll see you guys later.