Rating is available when the video has been rented.
This feature is not available right now. Please try again later.
Published on Apr 20, 2012
So okey, gamily! Here are the wolves' first monotravalogue from Hailey. Now mind you, this is as yet mid April and we are about 5,000 feet, so greenup has not quite yet caught up with us. But it gets green and lush in these parts, especially a bit upriver, honest ( just google sun valley summer.) Here my wolves and I meander just across the bridge from downtown, along the Big Wood River. See the beauty! feell the western ambience! smell that sage!Let your skin drink in that warm sunlight! Although the Big Wood River is currently closed to fishing and is only catch and release for trout fishing at other times, salmon, steelhead and trout fishing , and hunting, abound in Idaho.The locals call this high desert hill,or butte, Carobonate Hill or Carbonate Mountain. The associated trail is wellused and well loved for hiking, mountain biking, and more. View these blue clear skies! Many of you are looking to seek and to relocate. CONSIDER THIS! Give me land lots of land under starry skies above...don't fence me in with chemtrails! And yes,this IS at the base of the magnificent Sawtooth Mountains. You can see a bit of one snow capped example during part of this video, round the river bend.NOTE: MY BACKGROUND FEATURES THE SAME AREA A LITTLE LATER IN THE SEASON! Yummy ! photo by publicbroadcasting.net/idaho/news.