We took a trip to a very pretty place in Idaho, it's called Lava Hot Springs, the hot water comes from underneath the earth and forms these pools of
hot boiling water, there are different pools with different degrees, but you can barely stand it. Now, I didn't take a picture of the pools because there was a lot of naked people, well not really naked but you know bikinis, etc.
I just took pictures of what they call the sunken garden, it's very pretty and goes up the mountain.
Not too many flowers yet, the weather is still cold there
Love the mossy path and hate the trash can.
I guess they made the stone walls in 1956
A very tiny water fall
They have these little signs all over
There's also caves
I think the cactus have seen better days, or may be because of the cold weather that they look bad.
Yummy moss everywhere.
I had never seen before a bleeding heart, is beautiful.
It sounds familiar, my husband says we were there once...I don't remember flowers like that but I do remember caves!!! Anyway...it's looks nice!ReplyDelete
Hi Ido..what a lovelu place to be.....enjoy your weekend...love Ria...xxx..ReplyDelete
Hi Ido...what a beautiful place to spend an afternoon! Thanks for taking us along!ReplyDelete
I also want to thank you for always dropping in and leaving the nicest comments...always makes my day!
I have STILL never been to Lava! Your pictures make me want to go. I love bleeding hearts...they grow really well around here in a shady location...come back year after year!ReplyDelete
so very cool!!!ReplyDelete
I, too have been wanting to thank you for always stopping in to chat
What a beautiful place. I could have spent hours and hours there. Thanks for sharing with us.ReplyDelete
Wow, what beautiful place. I'm actually vacationing in Texas (visiting family) and will be driving home to New Jersey soon. It's a shame Idaho isn't on my route. Lol! Thank you so much for stopping by my corner of blogsville and for choosing to follow. This means we'll be seeing more of each other. (virtually, that is) I'm so glad our bookcase with the covered books inspired you. I will be posting a tutorial soon on how I tackled the project of covering the books. It will help you not feel so overwhelmed when you try it. :o) Your newest follower.ReplyDelete
This is just beautiful Ido... looks like a lot of funReplyDelete
I have bleeding heart in my garden but it is done now.
all sooooo beautiful!ReplyDelete
Thanks for the tour.
Thanks so much for linking up to Cottage Flora Thursday's! What a neat place you visited! xoxo, tracieReplyDelete
What a pretty place to visit. Thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete
Hugs and Kisses,