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Idaho woods are particularly beautiful this time of year.


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Took my UTV for a short ride today and just couldn't believe how beautiful the woods were.  Only rode maybe ten miles and it was 45 degrees.  Did not bring gloves so it was a very chilly ride.  Saw two grouse, three deer, and the rump of a black bear hightailing it into the trees as soon as I came around a corner.

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For you flatlanders, the yellow pine trees aren't dying; they're Tamarack pines which are members of a certain species known as Deciduous Conifers that change colors in the Fall...

And the best species of pine around here for firewood.  Very similar BTU rating as hardwood.

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