Salmon River Road, Idaho County, Idaho

I spent the day on one of the best stretches of gravel road you could ever find.   It was a beautiful late Spring day in this giant gash thought the high mountains of Idaho.

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The Salmon River was raging from the Spring runoff.

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Notice the bridge crossing in the distance.

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This little critter was warming up on the side of the road.

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This is literally the end of the road, beyond that, roadless area for a good portion of the way to Salmon, Idaho.

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This is Windy Bridge which creates access to the Gospel Hump Area, we rode across and had lunch on the beach before heading back.  Anyone who knows Rich will get the irony of this image and the name of the bridge!

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Our lunch spot looking back at Windy Bridge.

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Check out the Spring runoff, wow!

 

 

 

 

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