Idaho trip, 7/21 - 7/28 2010
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Mount Haynes el. 8,218 feet (2,505 m) is a prominent peak adjacent to the Madison River in Yellowstone National Park.An original pattern of a fly that Wes made for me.  That's a dime, to show sizes.
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Mount Haynes el. 8,218 feet (2,505 m) is a prominent peak adjacent to the Madison River in Yellowstone National Park.
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An original pattern of a fly that Wes made for me. That's a dime, to show sizes.
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The home of George and Beverly, where we stayed.side view of George and Beverly's home.Front view of George and Beverly's home.Closer to the front door of George and Beverly's home, where we stayed.
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The home of George and Beverly, where we stayed.
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side view of George and Beverly's home.
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Front view of George and Beverly's home.
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Closer to the front door of George and Beverly's home, where we stayed.
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George and Beverly.  George is Wes' best friend, taken at Fire Hole Falls on the Fire Hole River, inside Yellowstone.Twin Falls, Idaho, looking out over the canyon at the Perrine bridge.  We stopped here on our way from Boise to Idaho Falls.Statue of Ira Perrine, who developed the areaPlaque honoring the founder of the area.
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George and Beverly. George is Wes' best friend, taken at Fire Hole Falls on the Fire Hole River, inside Yellowstone.
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Twin Falls, Idaho, looking out over the canyon at the Perrine bridge. We stopped here on our way from Boise to Idaho Falls.
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Statue of Ira Perrine, who developed the area
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Plaque honoring the founder of the area.
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