Three Island Crossing

We take modern conveniences like bridges for granted everyday, and visiting Three Island Crossing at Glenns Ferry, Idaho emphasized how lucky we are today. This crossing at Snake River was another reminder of how difficult and dangerous river crossings were for the pioneers. They had to be resourceful in order to cross difficult rivers such as the Snake River at Three Island Crossing.

Three Island Aerial

An aerial view of Three Island Crossing at Glenns Ferry, Idaho.

 

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