This is the only home in Twin Falls I could find with a pool. This one is actually built in and it is huge. This home is stunning and it also has a sauna! What! Plus, in comparison to the housing market right now I don't think it is too crazily priced.
As a parent, I know that sometimes you gotta do what you gotta do to keep your kids happy. If your 4 year old has to have their gigantic whale floaty while they're at the pool, you get the gigantic whale floaty to the pool - even if that means strapping it the top of your car. Right?
If school wasn't a sign that summer was over, this is. The Twin Falls City Pool, located on Locust Avenue in Twin Falls, has been covered by the "pool bubble" for the fall, winter and spring months.
Summer is on the way and chances are you have already worn shorts and flip flops this year. You would think that getting ready for looking good in the sun would be easy. How can you go wrong? You just put on some sunscreen, a swim suit and sandals, and a light t-shirt - right? Wrong!
Summer is on the way and for many of us it is a reminder that we still have some of our winter padding. For me, that is the hardest thing to get rid of and makes me self conscious when I go swimming and my belly hangs over the shorts a bit. When do you feel most self conscious about your body?
Ahh… Warmer weather is upon us. In the Magic Valley that means green grass, lots of sunshine, and swimming! There is nothing like diving into the pool on that first beautiful day. There are many swimming pools around the Magic Valley, and some that are geothermally heated so they feel nice and warm, even when the weather isn’t.
We’ve put together a list of when many of the pools around the Magic V
(KLIX)-The South Central Public Health District has warned swimmers that a parasite outbreak is making some Magic Valley residents sick. Health district officials say cases of cryptosporidiosis, or “crypto”, have been reported in Gooding, Lincoln, and Twin Falls counties over the past couple weeks...
A search for new management for the Twin Falls city pool is gaining some steam. Last night the Twin Falls City Council voted to extend the deadline for groups or organizations wishing to apply to manage the city swimming pool.