|Another plaque of founder, Perrine.
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|Don't remember what it said, and can't read it. At the Perrine site, Twin Falls.
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|Looking down into the Snake River at Twin Falls, from the Perrine bridge.
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|Another shot like the previous one.
Last comment 08/04/10.
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|The Perrine bridge, Twin Falls, Idaho. This is where the base jumper jumped off the bridge, and there's a tiny speck, which is the jumper and parachute.
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|Same as previous shot.
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|A base jumper jumped off this bridge.
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|Twin Falls, Idaho, Perrine Bridge spanning a canyon 480' deep. Canyon created by a colossal flood that covered 20,000 sq. miles 13,000-15,000 years ago.
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|Another view of the Snake River canyon at Twin Falls, Idaho.
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|Snake River at Twin Falls, Idaho. No, it's no named due to snakes, but due to the curves. This is also where Evil Knievel attempted to jump the Snake River Canyon on a rocket-powered motorcycle in 1974.
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|Same bridge, another angle. An original bridge was build in 1927 and was first a toil bridge.
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|Same bridge, another angle. This bridge was opened in July 1976. It is 1500' from rim to rim.
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