October 26th, 2011

Early Evening on the Boise River

Generally three to five evenings a week, my husband and I try to walk on the Boise River Greenbelt near our home. It’s a 10-minute walk from our house and about a 30-minute stroll from our entrance to the endpoint and back, with doggie sniff and you-know-what breaks… so about a 50-minute walk all told.

During the summer, it’s easy to get these walks in, but as the days get shorter, it gets harder and harder. This week, though, my hubby realized our relationship was a bit out of balance and he’s made a point to be home in time to walk. It’s the best part of the day, to be close to nature and all her beauty, in the company of our cute dogs and just the two of us chatting about our days, work, family, dreams and, well… life.

Here is the view from our favorite stop on this walk, Martini Beach:

Boise River in the evening

Boise River in the evening

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2 responses to “Early Evening on the Boise River”

  1. sarah says:

    Wow. The river looks really high.

    • Kathi says:

      It’s an optical illusion… it’s actually pretty low. Fisherman standing in the middle only had water up to his knees. And the beach keeps getting bigger as the water recedes…

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