Traveling the back roads on the way to Twin Falls we stopped at different view points of the Snake River and Falls.
Perrine Bridge which spans the Snake River is one of the main attractions in Twin Falls. It is a very popular spot for BASE jumpers. Apparently there are no restrictions on BASE jumping from the bridge and while I was there the BASE jumpers were quite active. Kayakers paddling the river wait and watch the jumpers before paddling under the bridge. One side of the bride was closed to pedestrians so the jumpers were jumping only from the east side.
Kayakers are waiting for the jumpers.
We left Twin Falls the next morning and continued on Highway 93 with an over night stop at Cave Lake State Camp Ground (we are in Nevada now). Unfortunately, the sites at Cave Lake SP are similar to Forest Service Campgrounds and the Beaver will not fit into any of the sites, so we ended up spending night in one of the pullouts on the way to the park. (One more place to put on my list to explore at a later time).
Internet connections have been terrible lately, so my blogs are not up to date. Next stop, Great Basin National Park.