ResortQuest Villager at Sun Valley
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Was up in time to get some fabulous photos of the sunrise against the Sawtooth Mountains. There was frost on the picnic table, a mist on the water and a full moon still in the sky. Gorgeous! Then I braced myself for Galena Pass at 8701'. Approach seemed very casual but ...
... at the time as the rantings of a mad man in decline. It has since been revealed via the Freedom of Information act that he was in fact being monitored by Hoover's FBI organisation, who knows whether this was what tipped him over the edge and was a factor in his severe writers block, which is oft credited as the motive for his suicide....sad ending either way.
We then high tailed it to Hailey, about 10 miles down the road for a Mexican dinner and a movie.
... and after several very strong local beers, I got the bright idea to take Colby tent camping in the real wilderness on this beautiful evening. We quickly packed our tent, sleeping bags, some water and granola and headed for the hills leaving the modern conveniences of the RV behind. We hiked a couple of miles into the thick forest and began the process of setting up camp. Colby gathered wood and we made a makeshift fire ring out of rocks. I ...
... channel with currents. We had lunch at the Bigtree Bread Company, then went back to John and Carol's lovely condo to rest up before a hike. We hiked 3.2 mikes round trip up part of Bald Mountain, the Sun Valley ski mountain, to a BLM lookout platform where we had great views of Ketchum and Sun Valley. Afterwards we swam in the condo's pool (or soaked in the hot tub), and had a late dinner made by our wonderful ...
... on the beach or picnic! We showered off as best we could and headed north to Idaho. It took us about 5 1/2 hours to get to Sun Valley where our friends John and Carol live. We drove through interesting geography as we sped through northern Utah, through a dust storm right after the Idaho border and into farm land then lava fields. Finally the sawtooth mountains and a very warm welcome from our friends. It feels so good to be in a home for a few ...