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Serenading Sun Valley

Photographer David R. Stoecklein Romances our Valley

Patience required. A horse awaits breakfast, making sure he’s the first fed. Later in the evening, he might be called to duty at Sun Valley for a sleigh ride around the Lodge grounds.

 

 


Usually bustling with hikers looking for traces of Ernest Hemingway, Trail Creek lies quiet.

 

 


An iconic landmark, Sun Valley’s old milk barn welcomes visitors along Sun Valley Road.

 

 


Nature provides the blanket in this scene north of Ketchum which, for some, inspires visions of a good book and cozy, fireside chair.

 

 


The old Sun Valley milk barn from Bitterroot Road.

 

 


Holiday greetings abound all season, and a light on in the storm always says “Welcome Home.”
Stoecklein Residence, Elkhorn.

 

 


Snowshoe view out Chocolate Gulch north of Ketchum using a smaller format Canon G9.

 

 


Perpetual holiday cheer. The lights in the trees along Fourth Street in Ketchum.

 

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