I'm always afraid to share stuff like this. One of our favorite not-so-favorite sites in the Magic Valley was just named the coolest place in Idaho no one is visiting. That's both good news and bad news.
It's that time of year. The leaves start to change. The wind has that slight cool edge to it. And, there are festivals to celebrate the harvest. One national website has just recognized CSI's harvest festival as one of the best in Idaho.
I had to read this entire article just to understand what makes a restaurant "the most Idaho" place to eat. That's the claim a major website made about one of our eateries. According to them, the "most Idaho" place to eat in our state is in Ketchum.
We refuse to lose when it comes to blowing things up in the sky over the Magic Valley. So, it's no surprise that 2 of our local fireworks celebrations have been declared among the best in all of Idaho.
Have you ever driven by an old building and let your mind wonder about what history took place there? In Idaho, we have some remarkable history around us. Two pieces of that history, abandoned schoolhouses near Fairfield, just made a national list of must-see locations.
Elko has a lot of things to offer. No, I'm not making a joke about casinos and tattoo shops. Nope. As it turns out, Elko is the home of some of the best biscuits and gravy in Nevada, according to a new ranking.
Considering our proximity to the Snake River, I'm surprised there weren't more. But, at least we have the consolation that 3 of Idaho's 10 best waterfront towns are a very reasonable drive from Twin Falls.
Considering all of the serious stuff going on in the world right now, this is no big deal. But, I still think it's pretty awesome that a national website has recognized a tiny little bakery in Stanley, Idaho.