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This is what will be replacing the old used book store. I am looking forward to this because Java is usually really busy.





I read something about this and I was wondering if HP could support 2 coffee places, but, from what you and OGG say, it can. I also read that the yellow house is going to be a barbecue restaurant. It seems that restaurants and bars have a better survival rate than shops in HP.

I still have two years to go before I can enjoy these things regularly. Thanks for letting me live in Boise vicariously until then.
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That's awesome. I love Java too, but they close inordinately early. I'm hoping this place will stay open a bit later... provide a place to do some work at night
I also hope they intend on staying open into the night hours.

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I still have two years to go before I can enjoy these things regularly. Thanks for letting me live in Boise vicariously until then.
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Old Posted Sep 26, 2015, 11:45 PM
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9/26/15 ~ The show is on | Downtown at the River & Julia Davis Park




































Oregon Trail Memorial Bridge aka Capitol Boulevard Bridge. It is somewhere behind the trees.





the Boise River Forest



Under the Bridge






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near the bridge looking up river



up next, the Full Moon in Aries/The Harvest Moon

I did not have the correct timing to shoot the eclipse. October's full moon will be mine.
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Beautiful fall eye candy sawtooth. It's nice seeing some Hyde Park photos!

The Clearwater is adding nice density. I particularly like this photograph because the forested ridge is as dominant as the buildings are.



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Oh No!!! The steeple has broken.

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The Clearwater and JUMP all in one pic, and a peek into somebody's office. Great photos.
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Downtown on a Sunday afternoon








en vouge


8th Street


8th & Main is so nice it flips us off twice.


It is Sunday ~ partaking of local sacramental beverage on the way home. Cloud 9


much more soon including construction updates.
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walking the dog ~ The Northend. October 4

Here are a few photos shot within a small area of my neighborhood, The Northend. I will add more along with the downtown construction photos soon.























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Nice NE pics, Sawtooth! Where is that mural?
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Nice NE pics, Sawtooth! Where is that mural?
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https://www.google.com/maps/@43.6249...8i6656!6m1!1e1
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the City of Trees, October 3. Green as can be.






Mystical random tossed out photo flashback from last year.


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Beautiful pictures. I love Boise. I've visited numerous times and never cease to be impressed. Seriously, Boise makes SLC look like a dump. Compare the Boise River Parkway to the Jordan River Parkway. Boise has a vibrant organic downtown, a real bike culture, real beer and I'll also add that Boise is a larger city by population. Lower elevation, less inversion days. A lot to like and not a lot to dislike in Boise.


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more Northend, shot on the 4th.

here is a small representation of the character of the Northend. Most of these photos are west of Harrison Boulevard and a few east to 13th Street.























































































































































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Thanks for the gorgeous North End pics. Our Boise house has one of those turn doorbells mentioned in the real estate sign. It's not very easy to hear, but it's awful cute. I want to keep it, but we'd probably need to put up a sign telling people to knock because the bell's just for fun.
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Great photos. More Northend would be nice to see and also Warm Springs
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FutureNorthEnder, I will shoot more Northend photos soon and Northernlad, I will try to do Warm Springs Ave. Is there a certain block I should pay attention to?
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Fire! The week of October 12.

The Walker Fire, a forest fire in the Boise National Forest behind town started on Saturday and by Monday the smoke had filled the valley. Tonight, Wednesday, as I post this the air has cleared up, at least for now but the news today says the fire is burning in dense timber so hopefully the fire can be snuffed out soon. The Boise Foothills & Ridge and the top of Mores Mountain & Shafer Butte have been almost completely obscured by smoke since Monday.

The area of the fire is within the Boise Metropolitan Area in Boise County.


this photo courtesy of the Weather Channel.



the plume from the fire.


the trees need to realize it is Fall.


the Ridge is barely visible.


where are the mountains
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Fingers crossed the smoke clears out this weekend when the cooler rainy weather moves in.
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