Snap, Crackle & Pop

 

Snap, Crackle & Pop

 ~Sounds I heard on 11/12/15 on the banks of Lowman Road, Idaho

I needed a break from unpacking, so I decided to drive over to HWY 21 to see the migration of Elk that I heard about at Costco.

I stopped often to take photos, to connect to Mother Earth and to listen and observe the surroundings; half way through, I stopped and was enjoying the rushing South Fork of the Payette River, where I continued to hear weird noises behind me, causing me to turn around several times to figure out the noise and saw nothing each time. In my head, I asked the “energies” that I work with, what those noises were and my response was turn around again and look closely.

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South Fork of the Payette River

What I noticed the winds had picked up significantly and I was cold; then I saw a small rock flying through the air and land and bounce and on this went down the hillside. Each time this rock landed, it sounded like snap, crackle or pop, which got me laughing and as I continued to watch, more rocks of all sizes were now coming down the hillside, each having their own sound due to their individual weights. It was magical, until my energies said, quite frankly, this is normally the beginning of a rock slide and that is why those big cement barriers were down at the bottom to keep the rocks from going onto the road. These rocks were coming down for ME, they always know I am up for ‘talk’ anywhere, with anything!      I drove 171 miles round trip; what a beautiful road trip~

 

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I didn’t see the Elk migration this trip, yet, living in Idaho for 36 years, I have seen this beautiful migration many times just NE of Sweet, ID. Coming back home and going through Garden Valley I did get to see several hundred Elk grazing in several valley’s and I wished them well as I slowed down to look at them.

Go in a good way,

Diana Lynn Siderides,

PathwaystoUnderstanding.com