We dropped the trailer to be unloaded later and bobtailed back to Boise through very rural Idaho.
We came upon a sheepherder's cabin in the center of this pasture, no sheep in sight.
We took the next road and headed up this country lane in search of sheep. Our eyes caught this incredibly colored, overgrown, wild rose bush that had gone to seed on the side of the road.
At the next turn we found llamas. While I was hanging out of the passenger side of the truck, shooting these pictures, the llama's owner came out and tossed them some hay. The llamas seemed to be ignoring us.
We finally found the sheep that went with the sheepherder's cabin. They were way out there! I zoomed in as close as I could with my 10x optical lens from a hillside above the pasture.
From here, we continued our journey back to Boise. We stopped by the house, checked on the dogs and downloaded pictures. After spending some time with my son and the dogs, we drove on into Boise to get more photos of our city. I'll post those tomorrow.
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