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The two RV Gypsies
at Bruneau Dunes State Park in Idaho
August 8-9-2013

welcome to Idaho sign

Bruneau Dunes State Park had heavy duty wind at night. During the day, the temperature hovered around 100 degrees.

Bruneau Dunes State Park Sign
Environmental Center and gift shop

There were two campground areas at Bruneau Dunes State Park. The one show below is the upper area and the two RV Gypsies were the only ones in this area except for the resident manager because they arrived during the week. However, week-ends usually get quite busy. The photos below are different photos of the two RV Gypsies campground site #2 as taken from different areas.

entering the upper campground area
the site of the two RV Gypsies new yard
side view and back view of the two RV Gypsies' new yard
side view and back view of the two RV Gypsies' new yard
the view behind the two RV Gypsies camp site
Karen Duquette and her RV and toad
Lee Duquette and his RV and toad
Karen Duquette at Bruneau Dunes State Park
Lee Duquette and his RV and toad
curvy divider line

history bookBelow: Signs explaining why the dunes are here, why they don't blow away, and how they were formed.

sign explaining why the dunes are in Bruneau

sign about the formation of Bruneau Sand Dunes

Why Doesn't It Blow Away? The dune is created and maintained by long-term wind patterns. The wind in this area comes from two prevailing directions, approximately 180 degrees apart. The opposing winds keep the dunes in place.

sign about the sand dunes

curvy divider line

Sand Dunes Lake, just past the second camping area at Bruneau Dunes State Park. There is a picnic pavilion, and people do swim here.

panorama of Sand Dunes Lake

Sand Dunes Lake

Karen Duquette at Sand Dunes Lake

Sand Dunes Lake

Sand Dunes Lake

Karen Duquette at Sand Dunes Lake

Sand Dunes Lake

the two RV Gypsies at Sand Dunes Lake

sunshine divider bar

Sunrise at Bruneau Dunes State Park - photos by Lee Duquette

Sunrise at Bruneau Dunes State Park

Sunrise at Bruneau Dunes State Park

Sunrise at Bruneau Dunes State Park

Sunrise at Bruneau Dunes State Park

Sunrise at Bruneau Dunes State Park

Sunrise at Bruneau Dunes State Park

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