OOooo, Ice Cream!
The Snake River.
The evening in the shade was very relaxing. And cooler.
The next morning Steve made a yummy breakfast of fresh blueberry pancakes, bacon and sausage.
Some great food and beer tasting for the guys.
That's the campground, Alder Creek, that we stayed at years ago.
The dirt area you see is the Gros Ventre Slide.
There he is.
I found a nice crystal walking around.
We got back late in the day just before a large storm blew in. It hailed, rained and the wind was horrible. It did give us a lovely sunset though.
The fishing wasn't so great so we drove back over the river to do some off roading.
The owner took the four of us on a little tour and explained his process to us.
One of their T-shirts.
On our final day The Steves had taken a back road in the Ranger after dinner. It was getting dark so they headed back. My Steve panicked when he couldn't find his phone and figured he lost it out on the ride. It took him awhile to turn on his tracking from his computer and we were quite amazed that it showed the exact spot on this backroad where it was. I copied down the coordinates and we took off in the truck. Luckily we could get to within 300 feet of where it was with our truck. Problem was it was now dark. I pointed the highbeams in the direction of the hill and up Steve went while I called his phone every now and then. The cows weren't too thrilled he was there though. He found it on a rough patch of trail where he thought it would be UNDER an inch of soil! We were so lucky as his phone died just after that. We would've never found it otherwise. Crisis averted!