We had come to appreciate the hardship the pioneers must have endured as they traveled along the Oregon Trail. The expedition we set out on was, as I’m sure was the case with most settlers, to not only chase the idea of a different kind of life but also to quench the underlying sense of adventure that lies within us all.  We were pushing our way through Idaho towards some of the toughest days we’d have on the trail and as is the case with many journey’s it brought us to some unexpected historical locations that would flip how we understood those early travelers on its head.



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