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Old Posted Mar 2, 2012, 1:29 AM
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Just imagine if the aspen was a bit taller how the snow capped mountains would look in it's reflection
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I see now why Boise is called "City of Trees". Beautiful!
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Simply stunning, a very rare and magical combination of our snow-capped foothills and full-blooming trees and flowers in the valley below. I remember this day very well. I remember going outside on that mid-May night and seeing snow falling and literally saying out loud "What the-?!" It is so rare to have a snowstorm that late in the year.
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Thanks guys. Most of those skyline shots are were extras I found on my computer.

I have a few more photos I will post soon and they are some of the last to be taken with my now dead camera. A major camera upgrade is in the works for me so watch out for an all new Sawtooth this spring
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Ahead and to the west was our ranger station - and the mountains of Idaho, poems of geology stretching beyond any boundaries and seemingly even beyond the world. Norman Maclean
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I found out that Irrigation will begin on these grounds April 1.
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I found out that Irrigation will begin on these grounds April 1.
Uh-ohhhh...sounds like some people are going to get wet.
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Old Posted Mar 7, 2012, 3:54 AM
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Sad that the grass had to die like that! Hopefully when they start irrigation it'll grow back to it's normal beautiful self hehe hopefully a few ows squatters will get wet in the proccess
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Almost as ridiculous as middle-aged suburbanites dressing up as Patriots.
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