It's so easy to take for granted that we live relatively close to this. Yellowstone National Park is just a few hours to our east. This weekend, my family finally made time to visit America's first national park and it did not disappoint. Here are some pics and a video from our experience.
Of all the mountains in the world, few are more easily recognizable than the Grand Tetons. One of the benefits of living in Idaho is the fact that they're within easy driving distance of us. My family traveled there this weekend and captured these pics which are proof once again why they are so…
There's no way to know exactly what the original owner paid to build this Murtaugh home back in 1910. But, we know what its value is now. Let's just say that whoever built it back then would be happy with this trip to the bank.
Unless you were living under a rock or maybe hiding under one, the Magic Valley had one heck of a lightning storm Monday night. Judging by the number of lightning pics on Instagram today, many of you were documenting the experience.
When you live in an area as beautiful as ours, it's no surprise that the most talented photographers will be drawn to here. That is definitely the case with the Magic Valley Camera Club. They have kindly shared more amazing vistas from their collections.
I'll never be able to afford a home like this in a million years. But, the good news is that looking is free. Because of this, I can show you a home in Twin Falls that has a heated pool with a slide that overlooks the Canyon. Wow.
When most normal people want to learn about the history of Twin Falls or any other place in the Magic Valley, they go to a library. Fortunately, I'm not normal. (My wife can verify this) So, when I want to see historical Twin Falls stuff, I go to Ebay.