Water, Water Everywhere – July 12, 2020 – Thousand Springs, Idaho

This is the outlet of the Snake River Aquifer. It starts in Western Wyoming and cover southern part of Idaho and cover around 400 feet. It supplies water for farming. All but the Minnie Miller falls are used for fish farms or power.

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6 Responses to Water, Water Everywhere – July 12, 2020 – Thousand Springs, Idaho

  1. That looks beautiful. Is that your own photo? I have never been that far west….yet…

  2. lghiggins says:

    This part of our country has such a gorgeous, wild look to it. You are blessed to have seen so much of it.

    • We were hosts at the Thousand Springs
      Converency for a couple years..

      WE were hosts at the Thousand Spring Converency. We were treated to seeing the Red-tailed Hawks dropping Snake to the young.

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