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Cruisin’ Down the Highway

Posted by adamswife on April 23, 2008

Wordless Wednesday
Wordless Wednesday #11

I took these pictures of the snow remaining in the foothills outside Idaho Falls as I drove down the Interstate Saturday.

In the mountains there remains from 5 to 13 feet of snow.  The forecast calls for more snow at the higher elevations over the next few days.  But these foothills are losing their covering of white.

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Wordless Wednesday – Tuesday Edition

Posted by adamswife on April 15, 2008

Wordless Wednesday
Wordless Wednesday #10

The same day that I took pictures of the Eagle Rock Fountain and the Idaho Falls Temple, I also took these pictures along the green belt and the river.

I usually take my photos from the West Bank of the River. This is taken from the East Bank. The white dot is where I normally stand.

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Snake River Weekly – March

Posted by adamswife on April 2, 2008

Wordless Wednesday
Wordless Wednesday #9

I didn’t get out to take pictures of the Snake River every week in March, in fact, only twice. Here are the pictures I did get. Finally, we are able to see the water in the river. 😀

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March 12, 2008

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March 21, 2008
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Along the Green Belt

Posted by adamswife on March 12, 2008

Wordless Wednesday
Wordless Wednesday #8

First let me say I slept well last night and I’m feeling much better.  Well enough to take some pictures of the river.

The mighty Snake is beating back Winter.

Ducks swimming in the river

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Water pouring over the weir

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Feeding the Ducks 

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 They’re swimming on the sidewalk and the lawn.

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Walk in the Park #3

Posted by adamswife on March 5, 2008

These pictures are taken 1/2 mile south of my usual spot.
Looking north you can see the white temple building in the background beyond the bridge
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Looking South at the River from the same spot
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Further south to the railroad bridge
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Looking beneath the bridge and beyond you see ducks taking advantage of the open water
Moving back to the north the ice is breaking up on the weir and water is running over.  Spring must surely be near.
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In the Neighborhood

Posted by adamswife on March 4, 2008

Wordless Wednesday
Wordless Wednesday #7

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When you can see the grass, is Spring far behind?

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Neighbor’s tree

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Weeping Birch

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Our front yard 

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Dinner at the Home

Posted by adamswife on February 27, 2008

Wordless Wednesday
Wordless Wednesday #6

 My hubby, Ed, at supper at the home.

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His table-mate, Martin. No, Martin’s not praying over his meal, he’s just too tired to eat.

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Ed’s other table mate. I can never remember her name. *blush*

Table Mate

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Shoshone Falls

Posted by adamswife on February 12, 2008

Wordless Wednesday
Wordless Wednesday #5

Shoshone Falls

Shoshone Falls in the Snake River Canyon
Outside Twin Falls, Idaho

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Lookin’ Out My Back Door

Posted by adamswife on February 5, 2008

Wordless Wednesday
Wordless Wednesday #4

Backyard Snow

Backyard Snow 1

Backyard Snow 2
Snow Piled by Driveway and Sidewalk
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Driveway Snow 2

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Winter Sun

Posted by adamswife on January 30, 2008

Wordless Wednesday
Winter Sun
Winter Sun
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