Thursday, January 8, 2009

The snow melted in Twin Falls but Annie could still see snow on the mountains 70 miles to the north.  We were pulled in that direction on a sunny bright day.  Southern Idaho is a huge flat volcanic flow thousands of feet thick.  The norther rockies rise up on the northern edge.  We visited the Craters of the Moon National Monument where the most recent lava flows have erupted.  Reminds me of the Big Island in Hawaii only more snow.  The image with the two fence posts is the world famous fly fishing stream, Silver Creek.  I think the fishing may have been a little slow, I didn't really find out. Lots of room in Idaho.

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