A good life. Blacks Creek Rd, Anderson Ranch Reservoir, and Arrowrock Reservoir. A 20-minute drive and the Boise National Forest is my backyard.
Author Kevin Fowler
Rough directions on the Anderson Ranch Reservoir, Blacks Creek Rd. and Arrowrock Reservoir trip
Life, what a time to live.This month of travel has been a busy one. I’ve covered some miles and the ground it follows. I started by traveling South on I-84 out of Boise and took the Blacks Creek exit. Take a left towards the mountains, then a left at the fork in the road and drive until you get there. Where ever that is, it’s that easy. The rest is downhill until you get to the next hill, so enjoy the ride. I was gone a total of 9 out of 14 days on this trip and Wow, there’s a lot to see and do here in Idaho. Summer after summer, It only gets better.
The Fishing has been kind and Mother Nature has once again reminded me who’s in charge. And still, I haven’t forgotten… Crazy weather there was, but I love it. What a fantastic trip, yet once again.
I’m going to say little on this post and just do the visual thing. So Enjoy…
Green and Still snow in the Mountains
Waterfall in Cave on South Fork Boise River
A peaceful time
Base Camp at Anderson Ranch Reservoir
Gizmo playing in the grass
My version of a truck stop
Arrowrock Dam Spillway, May 2017
Using a solar panel to power up my Tech. Gadgets. Arrowrock Reservoir
Climbing out the South Fork of the Boise River canyon.
Wake up Call.
Say hello to my little friend. Gopher/Bull snake
The full meal deal
Anderson Ranch Dam Sillway
An Arrowrock Reservoir evening
Brown Butter with Lemon Juice
June 4th Eving fishing
Trout for dinner
Life in the Morning at Anderson Ranch Reservoir
June 4th Morning Trout – living the life
The outdoor Kitchen
Base Camp on the water
A full view
The canyon. South Fork Boise River
Base camp Anderson Ranch Reservoir
A little solar along the way
Please follow and like us: