Henry is back from 3 days in lovely Idaho Falls where he was filming flytyers at a flytying convention. The boys, Anders in particular, was excited to have dad home.
We took Sunday to do a mini-roadtrip. We started out at our local coffee shop for breakfast then hit the highway going east. The first stop was a super fun park in Big Timber.
Next we drove down the Boulder River Valley to Natural Bridges State Park. The natural bridge collapsed in the 80s, but the gorge and the waterfall are beautiful. Actually, the whole Boulder River valley is ridiculously gorgeous.
When we got to the parking area I turned around to see this.
So we sat in the truck for a little while and listened to the dogs freak out because they weren’t out playing with all the other dogs in the parking lot.
After a bit we woke the boys up and headed out for our hike. Everyone was thrilled to be outside. Anders hiked about a mile by himself.
Then the batteries in the camera died. You’ll have to imagine the best, most scenic parts of the walk because we have no pictures.
You can see a photo of the waterfall here, but it didn’t look at all like that today since the water was so much lower.
Guess we’ll have to go back.