When on the road to a destination I indulge myself in a personal project—photographing derelict buildings. I encountered this example, clearly having outlived its usefullness, in a magnificent setting—Meadows Valley. Deep in the heart of Idaho is the beautiful Meadows Valley surrounded by mountain peaks and the Payette National Forest with 2.3 million acres of unlimited recreation area. Bordering to the east is the Frank Church Wilderness area, covering another 2.4 million acres. To the north is the Salmon River Canyon and to the west is the Snake River in Hells Canyon; two of the deepest canyons in North America.