Daily Post Photo Challenge – Atop

Sometimes the view from atop is not as good.

The road the goes north-south through Idaho from Lewiston to Boise has been improved a lot over the years. One section that used to go through a windy canyon criss-crossed by several beautiful railroad trestles.

Now the road stays above the canyon but there is a historical site to remind us of the railroad trestles and of the history of Lawyers Canyon.

This is the trestle you can see from that stop, very striking, I admit.

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But if you take the old road, you find one of the WOODEN trestles that was truly the charm of that beautiful windy canyon road.

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And there are several other wooden trestle beauties, if you keep you eyes peeled, on what is still the main road, but I guess that is a secondary canyon that they haven’t figured out how to by-pass, yet.

In this case, I think the view from the bottom is better than the view from atop.


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