Pictures from the Idaho Mountains.

     I went riding around again, this time towards the end of the day. I had hope there would have been some more color in the sky but maybe another time. Although I can say I'm more than ready for the rain because the trails are so dusty that lately we come home and our clothes are brown, the ATVs too. Anyway here's a few pictures from the rides lately.

Pictures from the Idaho Mountains; a bike/walking bridge. Night Sea 90.

Pictures from the Idaho Mountains; sunset over mountains near a river. Night Sea 90.

Pictures from the Idaho Mountains; I snapped a picture of the shallow river while watching the sun set. Night Sea 90.

Pictures from the Idaho Mountains; sun setting behind mountains. Night Sea 90.

Pictures from the Idaho Mountains; Polaris side-by-side watching the sunset. Night Sea 90.
Polaris side-by-side during an Idaho sunset ride.
Pictures from the Idaho Mountains; I heart Polaris. a natural stone heart I found and placed on the hood of the side-by-side. Night Sea 90.
A natural stone heart I found in the woods.
As a collector of rocks, this one is a favorite.
Disclaimer; When collecting rocks, do not stick your hands in your mouth, rub your eyes or eat afterwards without washing your hands. Rocks are not clean and many are actually poisonous (mostly the pretty ones from what I've read. I'm not an expert.) If I like a rock, usually a tiny one, I'll add it to my collection. I've yet to find crystals or anything other than some fools gold (I doubt it's actual gold, too hard.)

Reminder; always make sure to charge your camera because you'll end up halfway through the ride without the ability to take pictures. True story, I totally messed up. What if I'd seen a bear (really want to take a picture of one from a safe distance) or a moose, elk, deer, wild turkey or something totally amazing. I would have lucked out and only had myself to blame. Always keep your camera charged, you'll never know when you need to snap a photo.

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