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Found 5 blog entries for September 2018.

The great state of Idaho is famous for its plethora of fun outdoor activities and its mountainous landscapes. Every season brings something new and beautiful to the table to enjoy! Whether it’s snowboarding your way down a steep slope or taking a dip in one of the state’s many lakes to cool off in the summer, the landscape gives you so many activities to choose from. But what is the weather in Idaho really like?

In order to fully prepare for and plan your trip or move to Idaho, you’ll need to gain an understanding of the weather patterns and seasons. We’ve got the inside scoop on how Idaho’s seasons change if there are any sudden weather occurrences, and how to prepare for the changes in temperature you may experience.

Diverse Climate


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If you are from Idaho or have a passing knowledge of the state, then you are probably aware that the Treasure Valley and Boise area are the largest population centers in the state. Of course, as is only natural, this does not mean that the Treasure Valley holds all there is to do in the state. People travel all over the state to find different sources of fun in the outdoors. One of those sources of fun is McCall, which is not very far from the Treasure Valley, only a few hours north of the area. This city is a big concentration for tourism in the area, and people come from all over the country and world to take in the sites or take part in some of the activities that you can only do in McCall (Well, you can do them elsewhere, but McCall is one…

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You are probably always being told about how you should support local businesses, and while you might agree with the sentiment that it is good to give hard-working Americans your money over some multinational business, though, it is not always that easy. It can be hard to know where you might actually want to go to buy something and what those businesses might be. You might think that other bigger companies do the work of these local businesses but better and more cheaply. Well, if you live in Boise or another part of the Treasure Valley and are faced with this dilemma (Though it is a minor one, it can be a dilemma nonetheless), I am here to give you some options about what kind of local businesses there are in the Treasure Valley and what they can…

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It seems like there is always something coming up in ways of projects, or that there is always construction on every other road. Well, the growth of Idaho will just continue adding said projects and construction to keep up with the demand. Several new buildings that will be used for commercial properties are popping up all around, you will find new hotels, apartments, and businesses. New schools are being considered in many areas, old libraries are being reborn and downtowns are getting additions such as movie theaters and plazas.

One of the biggest changes of all is in the politics area. November ballot will contain the seven statewide offices. After twelve years, Butch Otter will not be continuing on as governor, therefore a group of Republicans…

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Idaho is well known for their potatoes but something that is becoming known to some is the fact that Idaho has more to offer than just potatoes. It has some of the most gorgeous scenery, farms, mountains, rivers, sites, so forth in the United States. Idaho is settled in between Washington and Oregon. Idaho is the eleventh largest state and ranks thirty-ninth in population.

Outdoors in Idaho

In Idaho, you will find recreation in which the residents and Idaho’s visitors participate in every year leading to some of the highest percentages. The favorites of the state are whitewater rafting and kayaking. One of the premier rivers to do these activities is the Salmon River.

During the winters the most popular sport is those of skiing and…

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