Thursday, July 4, 2013
Scene Along the Road: Red, White & Blue
Yesterday we took a drive through the Payette National Forest in Idaho. We Dreamers noticed a variety of wildflowers and Mr. Dreamy was good enough to stop along the way, here and there, to let me take pictures. Sadly, I only had my cell phone... but I think you can imagine the beauty we were allowed to behold! It seemed that the roadside was decorated for our American Independence Day celebration with beautiful shows of red, white and blue!
Trapper's Tea (white flower)
Western snakeroot (red flower)
Dark blue penstemon
Happy Birthday, America!
I have provided my 'best guess' for the names of the wildflowers we found along our drive based on the location of the flower and the descriptions and images provided by the Idaho Mountain Wildflowers Web site.
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