In June of 2016 while traveling on the Heartland Rewind RoadTour, on my way from Moab to the Tetons and Yellowstone I let the GPS choose a route up through Idaho on a two lane road. We had been on the road for a few hours when we came upon this old building.
Idaho Line Shack
It caught my eye so I found a spot to pull over and shot a few frames.
My normal MO is to let the GPS choose my routes (after I review and eliminate major highways). Sometimes I regret it. But most of the time it takes me through small towns and interesting scenery, usually with very little traffic.
Fast forward 25 months.
This year when I left Grand Teton, I headed west through Idaho, once again allowing the GPS (a different one than last time) to plot my course. Mid-morning I came around a bend in hilly country and saw an interesting shack on my left. I pulled over to investigate. Something looked strangely familiar.
Idaho Line Shack redux
As soon as I could, I checked images and notes from my time here two years before. Sure enough, it was the same building. Oh, the leaves on the vines were green this time and the fields were gold instead of green but we were in the same exact spot only heading in the opposite direction.
Go figure! thousands of miles to wander through and my GPS chose this road in the middle of Idaho farmland . . . again.