I recently spent a couple nights with an old friend at Buttercup campground on Lake Cascade. After 40 plus days with no measurable precipitation, 2 days of cloud cover and passing bands of moderate rain were a welcome sign of the waning summer days here in central Idaho. Advertisements
I recently added another mountain top to my collection, Box peak (8240 ft. and unnamed on many maps). Box is the prominent peak to the North and East, as seen from downtown McCall, Idaho and Payette lake. It resides in the Salmon River Mountains in the Lick Creek subrange. Approach is a very straightforward hike … More Mountain Pose ~ Box Peak ~
Closer look at some “Red Wiggle” Sedum Ochroleucum.
On a walk through the garden, I was appreciating this yellow concrete decorative wall, then this little spider came into view. The spiders dark and light striping, and green and yellow hues blended naturally with the peppered wall. Neat!
I came across this well seasoned motorcycle while wandering the side streets of Puerto Vallarta. The tires had air and the seat had a somewhat fresh tape job. I suspect it still prowled the bruising cobblestone streets, and corrosive Pacific coast air of one of my favorite Mexican cities.
Seams open in fog A reflection up and down Gaze into nature’s mirror
Slab Butte, as seen on recent backcountry tour while volunteering with the Payette Avalanche Center.