Cool pictures including goats. I didn't see any of these on my trip through Idaho, but I did see a whole herd of mountain sheep laying in and around the roadside ditch as I drove down US 93 from Montana to the Idaho pass.
Its strange, whenever I expect to see goats I dont, and when I'm not looking, they pop up everywhere. This particular family of goats was acting strangely because of the rare high elevation wildfire.
Where on 93 did you see the sheep by the side of the road?
I was southbound toward Idaho in Ravalli Co. Mont. About 15 miles north of the Lost Trail Pass. Scrubby woodlands and lots of gulches. Less green than the pass itself which was as green as Maine.
Nice page. Again! (Interesting and unusual shot of the fire!)
It is a highly unusal fire burning right now at those high elevations. It was interesting being at eye level with the helicopters that were dumping water...It sure made for an interesting day.
I have added a route and more photos if you wanna check em out.
Thank you Marcelo!
Nice page Sean. I can't quite visualize where the fire is/was.
Thanks for your vote Dave...The fire is located at the spot where Wildhorse Canyon splits in two at the base of Howard Peak.
Thanks for the info Sean.
Thanks for your vote King!
Excellent page Sean! There might be a bullet point missing before the avalanche center link (behind our friend, the weatherunderground tag).
I've given up trying to figure it out Gangolf. Something with the tag from the weather link messes with the other HTML. Thanks for the vote!
<img src="http://banners.wunderground.com/weathersticker/big2_both_cond/language/www/US/ID/Ketchum.gif" border=0></a>
<li><A HREF=http://www.avalanche.org/~svavctr/><B>Sawtooth Avalanche Center</B></A>- Gives daily avalanche reports during winter.
Very nicely done page!
Thanks for your vote Britt!
Another good Idaho page.
Thanks for your vote Scott!
A would split : "Pioneer Mountains: Central Idaho" or change the name, as the whole page (and the others in the same group) looks a bit weird. Everything is too much to the right because of the too long name in the "related mountains" column.
Thanks for your vote Corax!
I would change the name of the group if I could but only the elves can do that.