This view used to greet me often. It is shortly outside the front door of the house I grew up in in northern Idaho.
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One of the biggest things I noticed in our recent trip was how little you can see of the sky. Unless you're near the top of a mountain you can only see small amounts and it's rare that it's anything but blue or cloudy. This is on the hill behind the house I grew up in looking back at the mountain behind.
A view from the Mickinnick trail in Sandpoint. It's a solid climb up 2150 feet in elevation gain and had our legs burning pretty badly by the time we got back to the car but like always the view and experience we had were both fantastic.
We took a vacation to the area where I spent the most time as a child. This image is the valley near the town Bonners Ferry in northern Idaho from a lookout off of the road down a small mountain. I hadn't been in that area in over 10 years so the change in perspective from child to adult is pretty dramatic.
I don't have a daily photo to share with you all today but I do have this snapshot of my Odometer uploaded from my iPhone. Been driving and hiking for 15 hours strait so I have much editing to do tomorrow and I look forward to it immensely. Enjoy your evening and have a fantastic Easter if you partake.
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