Last Post I talked about my own re-wiring into photography as a creative, learning endeavor that gets me outside (where I’m happiest) and moving.
Many would say this river is more about the Grand Canyon day hikes than the Grand Canyon whitewater I’ve waxed on about in previous posts. And this would certainly be true for me.
It was a surprise! The Alvord Desert, that is.
When I was a little girl one of my favorite things to do with my parents was to go birding…anywhere.
For many years I’ve traveled the miles from McCall to Lewiston Idaho, making my way between the put-in and take-out for the Lower Salmon river trip.
Charlie’s Garden is located nearly on the shore of Payette Lake in mixed conifer forest. It’s a combination of native flora and carefully selected perennials in a lovely formal arrangement..
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Home is McCall, Idaho. And finally, Spring comes. Well, really it’s been here all along as I was wandering in the lower elevations.
It’s getting hot in the desert. Or maybe just a bit buggy. Ugh. I am essentially a mountain girl who loves cooler temps.
Well, I know I promised to bring you home to an Idaho Spring for this blog.
Joshua Tree National Park used to be fairly unknown. Used to be you could go there and have to share it with only a few others. Not so anymore. And for good reason.