The temperature dropped for a few days so I decided it would be a good time for a short trip. And while I am out and about fulfill the requirement of an overnight outing for Bushclass I Basic. On some of these trips I never know how long I might stay. I initially was thinking about spending one night, maybe two out, but I was having a good time and the weather was cooperating so I ended up spending 4 days and 3 nights on this trip. So I arrived at camp on Wednesday 17th and left on Saturday 20th. Typical Idaho road, except this one happens to be paved, more common they are dirt. A view from the road looking down to the river. Arriving at camp my two main priorities are shelter and fire. Trying out another tent, an Ozark Trails, Tipi tent. My mattress on the side of the tent drying out after being drenched from a cooler flipping over bouncing around in the back of the jeep. Fire! I was enjoying the stars and fire, when I heard a loud splash in the river, and another loud splash, so I shined my light across the river and I could see a couple of pair of eyes looking back at me. I just happened to camp at a spot where mule deer cross the river.