The new plan then was chosen, we would go to Marsing to the new quilt shop "Sleepy Hollow", (had awesome fun looking at all the cool stuff and the quilts hanging on the walls), spent a little money since I found a fabric that is perfect for something for my oldest son. (Don't know for sure what but it is perfect) Then we went south to Murphy to go through the museum they have there and on the way we went past a sign that said Guffey Ln. We went to the museum, ate our picnic lunch (feast since Anita packed it!). Enjoyed the glorious Idaho sky, and stopped on our way back and took pictures of the lane and the beautiful sky, and the snake river.
|Guffey Lane looking toward the Snake River|
|Guffey Bridge taken on our visit to Celebration park over a year ago.|
|Looking south - awesome skies|
Any day that includes this kind of beauty is a success in my book!
|If I read the map right this is Guffey Butte|
You never know - maybe I will find a connection to this famous Guffey, but until then the search continues for my Idaho Guffeys. Next stop is Melba Idaho cemetery, I think some of them are there.
So I will continue on in my search for the elusive...what?...too dramatic?...sigh..onward and upward!