Days 11-14: Idaho Cont.

Well my time in Idaho with family is coming to an end. I have to say that I really enjoyed the time I spent here for many different reasons. Spending time with family is always a plus and sleeping inside is definitely a major plus. But the call of the wild and the thrill of open country is becoming to loud for me to continue to ignore. I’m well rested and ready to embark into what I’ve been told is some of the most beautiful parts of the country. I’m excited to share with everyone some beautiful pictures in the next few days. I’ll be leaving Idaho Falls for the greater Yellowstone area, as well as the Rocky Mountains of Montana. Both of these places should hold great opportunities for some really nice pictures and camping. So it’s back on the road for me, constantly in search of a new place to sleep and an internet connection.

-Warren

Stars over Idaho Falls, the city lights even in a town of less than 100,000 have a major impact on the night sky

Stars over Idaho Falls, the city lights even in a town of less than 100,000 have a major impact on the night sky

Idaho sunset

Idaho sunset

Double rainbow over Idaho Falls

Double rainbow over Idaho Falls

The Huffman sheds, full of all sorts of hidden toys and equipment

The Huffman sheds, full of all sorts of hidden toys and equipment

The property was first built on during the Great Depression times and has since become an incredible collection of the most unorthodox building materials. I think the saying should be, "one man's trash is another's building materials"

The property was first built on during the Great Depression times and has since become an incredible collection of the most unorthodox building materials. I think the saying should be, “one man’s trash is another man’s building materials”

Inside the car restoration shop. I was able to help finish an office inside and build a retaining wall outside for this shop

Inside the car restoration shop. I was able to help finish an office inside and build a retaining wall outside for this shop

The shop office, getting close to done

The shop office, getting close to done

All sorts of cool projects in this garage

All sorts of cool projects in this garage

Makeshift shop office

Makeshift shop office

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The Huffman Clan plus Grandma

Alexander being Alex

Alexander being Alex

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