Recent flooding at a popular mountain lake in the Idaho mountains has been attributed to the 6.5 earthquake that shook the state at the end of March. On Saturday, the U.S. Forest Service-Sawtooth National Forest announced observers noticed a boat launch, beach and fishing spot was flooded at the Stanley Lake inlet.
On Wednesday morning the Idaho Department of Transportation showed on its road closure map that roads to and from the small Idaho town of Stanley are closed because of snow and hazardous driving conditions.
Considering our proximity to the Snake River, I'm surprised there weren't more. But, at least we have the consolation that 3 of Idaho's 10 best waterfront towns are a very reasonable drive from Twin Falls.
Considering all of the serious stuff going on in the world right now, this is no big deal. But, I still think it's pretty awesome that a national website has recognized a tiny little bakery in Stanley, Idaho.