John Muir Trail – Harriman State Park, Idaho

“In every walk with Nature one receives far more than he seeks” – John Muir

A spur-of-the-moment, Sabbath excursion to get some forest bathing in God’s great outdoors took us to Harriman State Park. Our first hike was the mostly flat, 1-mile John Muir Trail, which is a loop that starts near the visitor center.

The Idaho State Parks accept the Every Kid Outdoors 4th grader pass but we also had a free Idaho State Park pass that the kiddos had earned from the library’s summer reading program and my youngest wanted to use “his”.

John Muir Trail
thistle
Henry’s Fork of the Snake River
spider
bumblebee photo by my husband

There were lots and lots of grasshoppers in the sunny grassy sections of this hike. Some of us loved them, others not so much!

May your day of rest restore you to wholeness! Shabbat Shalom!

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