Had a really unique experience on my drive to Boise yesterday…. For the past 5 years my wife and I have been splitting our time between Boise, ID and southern CA. We have houses in both states and we go back and forth 3-4 times per year and usually drive. I won't bore you with the details of the entire route, we'll just talk about the last part where route 95 heads north and then east through Oregon and crosses the Idaho border heading toward Boise. There usually isn't a lot of enforcement on this part of route 95 in Oregon I suppose because it is so sparsely populated, just the Sheriff in Jordan Valley where the speed limit dips to 25 and the random trooper using 34.7 - IO while coming at you from the opposite direction. I'll see maybe one Oregon trooper per trip but its not guaranteed. Yesterday was different. For 99% of the trip through Oregon it was the same as before, basically nothing, and then all hell broke loose just a mile from OR / ID border. I'll be the first to say up front that I wish I had a dashcam because it was epic. For the record I'm a long-time V1 user running custom sweeps. As you approach the OR / ID border from the west you come around a right hand turn followed by a 1.25 mile straight run downhill to the border to Idaho, and then another 1.5 mile straight ahead before a left turn on the ID side. As I rounded the corner and started down the hill first up was a strong IO blast of K band ahead and a quick blast of Ka 34.7 also ahead. There were some other cars up ahead closer to the border crossing at the time. At this point I'm slowing down a little as anybody would, not that I was speeding much anyway having been on the road for 8 hours already, just wanted to be at 70 or less. I could see a black charger coming toward me in the distance which I took to be an Oregon trooper and the source of the Ka. He hit me with IO 34.7 just before passing me so that much was confirmed. But what about the K band? Now I'm getting closer to the Idaho border where the speed limit changes to 65. Full scale K band ahead again which I now realize is coming from two Idaho troopers parked side-by-side on a small dirt road ahead perpendicular to the 95 (you can see it on Google maps) So why two troopers? One to clock the traffic and another to chase? So now I'm down to 65 or more like 64. Another ½ mile around a bend and now its strong K band again and also Ka 33.8 at the same time, both from the front. Two more Idaho troopers looking for customers! Was surprised to see 4 like that, and after continuing for another ½ mile its K band from the front AGAIN! Now two more Idaho troopers parked along the side. Via the V1 arrows I could see he had both front and rear antennas running so he could clock traffic coming down a long-ish hill heading westbound into Oregon. So that's my story, one Oregon trooper and SIX Idaho troopers all within a 2-mile stretch. Is that a record? And no tickets. In this case the V1 bogey counter and the arrows got a workout. Never seen it like this before and hope I don't again, at least not until I can get a dashcam!