The small mountain town of Stanley in Central Idaho sits at the base of the Sawtooth Mountains. Mount Heyburn's jagged profile is seen here.
The Salmon River sees the annual spawn of the Chinook and Sockeye salmon. They make the 900-mile journey from the Pacific Ocean, up the Columbia River, to the Snake River and finally to Salmon River to complete the cycle of life.
Stanley local Pat Russell and his Land Cruiser.
Morning mist on Stanley Lake.
Sawtooth National Recreation Area Trails Manager Jay Dorr.
From the open range to jagged peaks, Central Idaho has a rugged beauty rarely seen in the lower 48.
Andrija Barker and her dog "Drake" enjoy an evening along Iron Creek just outside of Stanley. Barker is an accomplished trail runner out of Boise, Idaho.
The Sawtooth Wilderness
Around town - Stanley, Idaho
Driving dirt roads turns into a pastime.
Stanley still has that nostalgic feeling of being in the outdoors.
The Stanley refrigerator.