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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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I found out that Irrigation will begin on these grounds April 1.
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Love me or hate me, both are in my favor. If you love me, I'll always be in your heart. If you hate me, I'll always be in your mind. by William Shakespeare
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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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