You want a photo of Pocatello? You got it.
Here's a photo of us during summer. In this picture you see the southeastern part of the city. In the center right of the photo is Holt Arena, better known as the Mini Dome. IT looks like half of a white pop can lying on its side. On the lower right corner you see a large hiss with an "I" on it. That's Red Hill, it's at the center of the Idaho State University campus. Just at the foot of that hill you see most of the ISU student buildings, the BA building, the Institute, the Student Union building, etc, and you also see Davis Field, where Stacy Dragila herself trained for polevaulting. The green areas behind the hills make up Bart's Field, a popular sledding area in the winder and surrounded by college dorms.
On the lower left side of the picture you see various warehouses and old buildings. this is Pocatello's commercial district. Depressing, isnt it. Most of those buildings are throw aways from the railroad industry which used to be here, now those buildings are tire shops, garages, steel plants, etc.
On the center left of the photo you see the prosperous northern district of Pocatello, known as the Highland Area. Here you can divide the town like a kife. Medium income homes give way to rich person's mansions, retirement homes, huge lawns and gaping verandas. This is what we Pocatellians like to call, "Snob Hill", and yes, they are. Most of these people are very involved within church activites. If you are LDS, chances are that your bishop's house, is on Snob Hill, ha, where's the irony in that? (No offense, I'm a member too.
This is also the area of Pocatello that has the highest growth rate. New homes are being built every day in this area. However, commercial prosperituy is nil. All of the businesses which supply decent jobs are locatred in Chubbuck, our northern and only suburb. So its not surpising that South Pocatello is rather shabby, as it is furthest from our, or rather Chubbucks, commercial center. Whereas northern Pocatello is rich.
So anyway, with that said, this is Pocatello, Idaho: