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Found 7 blog entries for February 2019.

 

A lot of people who haven’t been to Idaho hear of its magic and assume it’s a fictional place full of wonder and fantasy. Well, believe it or not, Idaho is very real, and there are tons of awesome things about the Gem State that bring joy to its residents and those who visit. Not only are the residents typically among the nicest people you’ll ever meet, but the state also is full of beauty, with some of the best scenery in North America and even in the world, and there are many interesting quirks that make it a unique part of the United States!

To kick things off with the most well-known fact about Idaho, the state not only provides 1/3 of the country’s potatoes and ships them to states as far as Texas, Ohio, Florida, and New York, but also offers…

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Idaho can get some pretty cold temperatures in the winter, especially in the mountainous areas. Most of the time, with the cold, comes snow, which is the ideal canvas for those that love winter sports. Winter sports are a popular pass-time in Idaho. There are a lot of great winter sports destinations, as well as well as other non-sporty activities to do when the temperatures drop. Bogus Basin is an incredibly popular place to go for a day of winter sports in the Boise area. It makes for the ideal location because it is only minutes away from the Boise area. This makes it easy to do a quick day-trip for skiing instead of planning a longer trip of several days to somewhere further away, which is more expensive and less convenient. Bogus Basin, or just…

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Idaho is a big place with a bunch of stuff going on in it all the time. Every state is like that, but every state is also unique in the activities available to you (with some crossover) and that means every state needs a little bit of a crash course on the different things you can do and how to get involved in them. One such thing is hunting, which certainly requires some introduction to participate in. Idaho has tons of hunting happening all throughout the year, regardless of the season. Is it winter? There is something you can hunt. Is it summer? You cannot hunt the things you hunted in winter, but there are other things to hunt and they are probably just as exciting, only requiring an open mind. So, how about you and I talk about hunting in Idaho…

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Each state has its quirks, and Idaho is no exception. In fact, it might have more quirks than many of the other states in the country, though probably not that many more. Some of these quirks are just incidental things that do not make a difference on your life if you live in Idaho, but there are a few things about the Gem State that can make it difficult or better to live in over other states. For the most part, you can expect a pretty standard existence that might be found anywhere else in America, but there are some divergent points that make Idaho unique, and you are better off knowing what those points are and how they might affect you. In order to educate you on these points, I have compiled a few of them here for you to study and read up on.…

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Idaho winters tend to bring gray skies and snow. Things get cold. However, Idaho winters also tend to bring a lot of fun and physical activity. In fact, probably the majority of Idaho winters have been ideal times for people to get out and have fun in the snow, rather than stay inside and struggle to stay warm and entertained. There are a thousand things to do in Idaho’s snow, many of them an absolute blast that will leave you waiting with impatience for winter to come around every year. People flock from all over the country and even from other nations to experience a little bit of Idaho in the winter, bringing with them skis and sleds and all of the best tools of cold weather fun. I am going to introduce you to some of these fun winter activities…

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Kuna, Idaho has quickly become one of the fastest-growing cities in Idaho over the years. This quaint, rural town is attracting visitors who want to live in a town that has character. Since 1995, Kuna’s population has been on a steady rise from around 2,500 residents to its current population of 25,000. The little town is growing so quickly and isn’t showing signs of stopping any time soon! It’s nearly tripled since the early 2000s, but just why do people love Kuna, Idaho so much?

Located just 18 miles south of Idaho’s capital city of Boise, Kuna is in a great area where city-dwellers can go to experience the tranquil sides of Idaho. What originally started as a railroad stop for passengers on their way to Boise, Kuna has exploded into a…

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Idaho is full of fantastic tourist attractions, gorgeous mountain scenery, and tons of breathtaking sights to check out. You’ll find that there really are some unforgettable locations that really need to be checked out in Idaho, and anyone wanting to take a road trip through the state is sure to want to check out these amazing areas of the beautiful Gem state.

Starting along the western border of the state is the fantastic Hells Canyon. This bit of nature is truly a sight to behold and is for sure to take your breath away. The Canyon is the deepest river gorge in North America, its depth even exceeding that of the Grand Canyon! In addition to boating and fishing here, Hells Canyon is a place you need to bring your camera to, with its depth being…

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