Monday, October 26, 2009

An Interesting Rest Stop (On I-15 between Idaho Falls and Pocatello, ID)

Taken: October 26, 2009

Ran into one of the nicest rest stops I have ever seen – Hell’s Half Acre..  Nice interpretive hiking trail, an easy one, and a more difficult one.  All things labeled.  Nice benches, nice picnic tables with walls to shelter from the wind.  Lots of wind.  I’ll just post the photos… they will speak for themselves.
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Windy, windy, windy.
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     Don’t like wind.

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Snow is still chasing me.  And the wind is cold.  On to UT… my Eighth State to paddle.

2 comments:

  1. Beautiful pictures as always Charlene! We sure miss you!
    I saw these right after you posted them but came back to check on ya!

    -Mike

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  2. Hey where is that? It looks familiar. We stopped at a rest stop on our way home from Spring break a few years ago. I think it was in Idaho.

    Rhonda

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