South Fork of the Coeur d Alene River

Wallace River Walk Nov 006No, its not a camping trip; its not even an outing, exactly.

Wallace River Walk Nov 008Temperature is up to 20 degrees and I need to get out and walk,,, and take photos.

Wallace River Walk Nov 027So, I walk the back way to the bridge over the South Fork of the Coeur d Alene River near the Wallace Visitor’s Center and then back along the river to the crossing at 6th Street.

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Zen Rock

Now 20 degrees on a sunny day is one thing, but 20 degrees on a cloudy day with a breeze and high humidity is something else.

Wallace River Walk Nov 014However, I am warmly dressed and I don’t mind the cold.

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It is very lovely along the river, seeing what the low teen temps have sculpted.

Wallace River Walk Nov 031I am grateful that a river runs through our town.[/fusion_builder_column][/fusion_builder_row][/fusion_builder_container]

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