From a streaking metallic-looking object over the mountains of Idaho to what appears to be a fleet of falling aircraft reportedly filmed near the state's capital city, the year is sure ending in a bizarre manner.
Legendary Poison frontman Brett Michaels is touring the United States with his backup band and performing familiar hit songs that made him a household name in the late eighties. His tour has two stops in Idaho in the next couple of weeks.
Stops in New York, Florida, Texas, Tennessee, Kentucky, Missouri, Georgia, and even California are currently booked, but interestingly enough, not a single date in the Gem State, which the vehicle represents.
In the report, the witness says five "orange orbs" were seen "farting around" in the sky above the base. At one point the witness says a Mountain Home Airforce Base fighter jet chased one of the objects out of the area.
There are so many great tours this year it's ridiculous. I recently checked out the lineup of bands coming to the Idaho Botanical Gardens in the next six months and was blown away at the talent they've locked in.
We are barely in to 2022 and we are seeing some 2021 trends still hanging around that we hate. It is ok, life doesn't change in an instant like the new year does. However, it would be nice if these things were to just stay in 2021 where they belong.
If you've ever had the opportunity to travel within the boundaries of the world's first designated national park, then you know what a special place it is. I have some very fond memories from my trips to Yellowstone National Park.