From the bloggers at Interstellar Orchard.
There’s a heaviness to the air as I pack up and prepare to depart Beaver Dick County Park, near Rexburg, Idaho. Insects hum from the protection of the scrubby woods, there’s not a lick of breeze to be found. It’s going to be a hot day.
Luckily my destination is at a higher elevation. At Rexburg I get back on US20 headed north and drive through several towns and farming communities. The boundary of Targhee National Forest is easy to spot from a distance – a plateau of darker green carpeted with conifers.
There’s a lot of road work under way between Ashton and Island Park. I get stopped once where a stretch of the road is down to one lane. The fellow in front of me gets out of his car to grab something from his back seat.
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