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Lizard Butte, Marsing, Idaho, USA
Idaho

Lizard Butte is in Canyon County, Idaho, near the town of Marsing.  The Butte sits next to Hwy 55 and overlooks the Snake River to the West.  The Butte is roughly 350 feet high and has an elevation of 2,634 feet above sea-level.  This is fruit country so much of the cultivated land on the hill behind the Butte is orchards.  The town of Marsing can be seen just on the other side of the river by the bridge.  This image was taken in wintertime, February 23, 2013, so not much is green.

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