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Road and private campground…

Good evening, everyone...

This was shot approximately 6 miles north of Enaville, on the river side of the road. There used to be a road and a private campground here, but alas, no longer. According to the Idaho Department of Transportation person guarding the entry to this location, a giant log took out not only the trees at one side of the road but the building, as well.

We encountered a lot of DOT people through the course of the day. I still have a lot of trouble believing that people with the brains God gave to turnips would actually try to drive into a river in flood stage. However, the DOT folks were sent there to stop idiots, I guess.


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