The day started out in Boise, with a tour around town to check out some of the architectural highlights.
The Boise Depot is a former train station that is now used for special events.
We then left town, headed for Twin Falls. Along the way we made a stop at Bruneau Sand Dunes.
After climbing on the dunes for a while, we continued across the southern Idaho countryside.
As we arrived in Twin Falls we crossed the Perrine Memorial Bridge. This bridge is 486′ above the Snake River. It is also the only place in the country where people can BASE jump without a permit at any time.
Also in town is Shoshone Falls.