According to Wikipedia, in 1913, there were approximately 6,000 people that lived in Twin Falls. Think about that. In 2016, we have that many people trying to turn left onto Blue Lakes at 5 pm. Yes, Twin Falls was a very different place back then. Duh. There are two panoramas that have just been dis…
There is no town that knows waterfalls like Twin Falls knows waterfalls. You have to try real hard to not see a beautiful one every day. That's why we tend to toss amazing waterfall pics up to Instagram every day. Here are 7 of the best just from the past week or so.
There are houses going on the market in Twin Falls all the time. I decided for fun to see what the three most recent homes were according to Zillow. Keep in mind this list can change any moment. But, this is current as of Monday afternoon looking for homes in the zip code of 83301. Check out what I …
Nobody sees the world quite like we do in Twin Falls. You can tell us regular things that most people wouldn't care about, but it will cause our emotions to go crazy. Here are a few pictures that best describe what I'm talking about.
I must confess that I did not know that there are homes for sale on Twin Falls Craigslist. These aren't scary, broken down houses that look like they could be the childhood home of Norman Bates, either. We're talking beautiful homes like this one which is situated right next to the rim of …
Funny thing happened this weekend. Thanks to the beautiful weather, I was inspired to try and show my family a part of Idaho they hadn't seen before. In the spirit of Clark W. Griswold, we set off on an adventure determined to see the City Of Rocks. We almost succeeded.
Twin Falls was a completely different place back in 1919 and that definitely includes real estate. This home was built in 1919 and back then its value would have been a little less than $35,000. Guess what it's worth now?
I'm all for getting a personalized license plate. Your car really is part of who you are and whether you are proud of it or think your car is a junker - go ahead and use that small metal plate to let the world know what's on your mind.
One of the nice benefits of living in Idaho is having clear and big skies that are somewhat pollution-free. It also helps that our neighborhood is relatively dark at night. All of those factors add up to a great place to go star gazing.
If you live in the Magic Valley, it's likely you see the Snake River every single day. How would you like to live next to it? If you're willing to take a drive down to Hagerman, this home on the Snake River is now available.