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Stanley to Sun Valley, Idaho — 28 Comments

  1. That scenery is just incredible!!! I love exploring things like that…the creek is beautiful as well. And those little squirrels! LOVE the one of him standing up!! Hope your show goes well this weekend and have fun!

  2. Ernest Hemingway is from Ketchum Id. Well glad your having wonderful time in such a beautiful part of the world. It must be inspiring to do your art out in Nature with the water and mountains all around your camp. You could really go native.

  3. Oh my goodness, this is one of my favorite stops you’ve made! I love the scenery and especially the roaring river. I’d have had a hard time leaving, especially with your adorable squirrel neighbors. How did the pups react to the squirrels? Daisy would have been chasing them all over the wilderness! Best of luck on your upcoming show!

    • They would have chased them given half a chance. When we opened the door, they popped into their holes. The dogs knew they were there, but never got chance to chase.

  4. such gorgeous country! roaring creek! wow! and my pups would have NEVER settled down next to those ground squirrels! :)

    • I had to keep them under control. I don’t like them chasing the locals. It’s good we were only there one night. LOL

  5. The wildlife looks very friendly …and cute.

    Have a dog friendly 4th from the Poodle (and dog) blog

  6. Those views are just breath-taking. It looks so peaceful there…we are jealous over here. :-) Enjoy your 4th of July holiday weekend, wherever you may roam.

  7. your photos are breathtaking! Love the mountain shot and river and of course Torrey!!! Are you sure those were squirrels? They look more like Prairie Dogs :)

  8. Your photos are so beautiful, I’m so envious. I’ve always wanted to wander like you do. Find a spot, stop for however long I want and then go on again. It would satisfy the wanderlust in my soul. :-)

  9. I think it was a good post, but I got to the squirrel part and forgot everything else. How could you park there? Bailie and I would go nuts until we relocated. Sounds like a lot of fun!

  10. You brought back amazing memories. I was once a pro bike racer, and I did a very long stage race in Idaho. One stage went from Boise to Stanley (back when Stanley was a tiny town with one restaurant and one hotel for our entire race caravan). Another stage went from Stanley to Sun Valley. After that race, I thought that I wanted to live in Idaho… Your photos remind me of why.

    I believe we went through Ketchum too, but by that point, I was in the tired daze of a bike racer who has spent 10 days pedaling seemingly at top speed, all day, everyday. Have fun there!

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