Taken on the Pearl, Idaho, road, on a muddy March day
The mule composed the photo for me.
This magnificent and free of charge vantage point was built by volunteer labor. It is a focal point of the National Birds of Prey wildlands in SW Idaho. About 800 pairs of various birds of prey make this area their springtime home.
This stainless steel cross is set in cement at the summit of Initial Point.
This is the access road to Initial Point.
16 miles south of Meridian, this volcanic cinder hill was used as point of origin for all Idaho land surveys.
Love this! I just went to the Triangle past weekend and saw other unusual things there. Well, not unusual for Sweet.
Artistic rendition of the covered wagon at the Interpretive Park off Highway 21 with the Danskin Mountains in distance.
Here's even a better view of it:
'Winterized' at the Shakespeare Park in Boise, Idaho, USA