Last week, I went on a spur of the moment trip with a good friend. Monday night we decided to take a trip to Idaho to do some bear hunting before the season closed at the end of June. Tuesday morning rolled around and we started making our way east. We had no real plans to speak, or any specific areas in mind, but after some debate and a couple phone calls we hired a pilot and got dropped off in some of Idaho’s most remote wilderness via airplane.
We spent 5 days backpacking, hunting, picking mushrooms, and enjoying a wilderness that is of a scale so large its hard to wrap your mind around at times. The bear hunting was slow, in fact we only saw one bear which Joe was able to take. Below are some photos from one of the most unique trips I’ve experienced to date.