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Little side trip

Oh, the little places that Woodchucks go. This is a little canyon just off of I84, 20 miles East of Twin Falls, ID. Don't let the sun fool you, it was only 40 degrees outside.

At higher water flow, I bet this would be one hell of a nice little raft trip.


Kelsgarden said…
do you remember what happened the last time you went rafting in a canyon???? with a wee bit higher water????
Anonymous said…
It's a good thing you don't live near Niagra . . . it takes so long for the fur to dry out.

Me said…
I heart Idaho.
And I was supposed to go for a family reunion in July.
And I can't.
Because of a huge huge shindig at work I'm involved in.
And I'm sad.
WickedHamster said…
Meritt: You can always just make a baked potato at home and pretend.

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