We woke to an almost cloudless sky and were able to have a clear view of the major peaks of the Tetons.
Our return trip back over I-33 was far different than the treacherous drive we’d had the day before yesterday. We could now see the fields,
Old farm buildings,
and even a small plane circling and seemingly landing in the middle of a crop field.
Less than an hour after leaving, we had to stop in Idaho Falls for one of my periodic blood tests to see if my Synthroid (post-thyroid removal supplement) is the correct dosage. While navigating to the medical clinic for the test, we passed a dramatic sculpture.
Continuing on, the landscape varied from lush fields of hay and corn
Our campground for the evening was a located in a beautiful municipal park along the shores of a section of the Snake River. While the water level was low due to a delay in the release of waters at the nearby dam,
Most impressive were the size of the hollyhocks
After dinner we were treated to a beautiful sunset