Idaho: Abundant Water

I love where I live. As a Public Relations Consultant I am on occasion hired to assist business clients outside my hometown of Sandpoint. When that happens, I find myself on the road crossing streams and rivers and passing my lakes all of which I take notice because I like to fish and besides, they are just plain scenic to see.

Maybe it's not management at all; maybe we've simply been blessed. One thing is sure: Idaho's Panhandle, the five northern counties has an extraordinary abundance of fresh, clean water. Photo and commentary by Dwayne Parsons

Maybe it’s not management at all; maybe we’ve simply been blessed. One thing is sure: Idaho’s Panhandle, the five northern counties has an extraordinary abundance of fresh, clean water. Photo and commentary by Dwayne Parsons


The view in the photograph above is looking down on Pend Oreille (pronounced Pond Der Ray) Lake from Bottle Bay Road just above the common grounds area of a beautiful property called Cheval Noir. This view was taken from Lot 2. It rides in high contrast to the view below posted on Twitter on August 14.

The following tweet came in from the Washington Post. I couldn’t help but make a comparison. The photo in my tweet was taken from Lot 2 at Cheval Noir.

My tweet in return was this:

See Also: North Idaho: Abundant Water, Great Fishing and Why Fish for Lake Pend Oreille Kokanee?

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