If Bigfoot is going to be anywhere, you know he is going to be somewhere in Idaho because Idahoans will leave him alone. Plus there is so much open space. Well, a girl stated she saw Bigfoot in Devil's Corral outside Twin Falls and the Rocky Mountain Sasquatch Organization investigated.
There is no shortage of places to eat in Twin Falls. I absolutely love having all these options. We found a list of some restaurants and/or food trucks that you may not know exist in the area. So we want to make sure you know about them.
I love fall, it is beautiful and the leaves are changing colors. But those leaves also can make a mess. I have to admit I haven't always raked up my leaves but I found out some pretty scary reasons that it is important to make sure they get picked up.
I am terrible at pumpkin carving. I have zero patience and skills but I try every year anyway. I might be able to get away with doing some of these pumpkins though because we found some Idaho themed pumpkin carving ideas that pretty much anyone can do.
Christmas in the nighttime sky is a great event for the holidays. Last year it was unfortunately cancelled due to COVID 19 but this year it is a go. The toy drive and firework show is one of the most fun events I have ever attended.
If you don't like the cold but you are still looking for some fun things to do this winter with the family, there are quite a few places you can enjoy with the kids that are indoors. Sure, we could always use more fun indoor activities, but there are quite a few already available.
This Friday, October 15th you can see an interactive screening of a Halloween classic. The Twin Falls Parking Lot Cinema returns with one of my favorite movies of all time. The best part is you can interact with others and get pictures throughout the night of the show.
So sad to hear this, Gerties Brick Oven Pizza has officially closed their doors for good. We have heard that they were struggling finding people to work and keep the doors open, we have also heard that there might be something more going on a personal level with the family that owns it.
This week marks the first time in several months that the Magic Valley will see evening temperatures dropping below 40-degrees. Frozen windshields, slick roads, and logs on the fire will all be routine additions to life for the next six months or so.
The Badger Fire destroyed almost 100 thousand acres in the South Hills. Although progress has been made both naturally and with the help of people, there is still a lot of work to do to get it back to a flourishing camping area. You can help.
I have no idea why this isn't already a thing! A portable trailer bar is in the works for people to rent for their parties and events. The adorable trailer will be available at the beginning of 2022 barring any complications.
The Twin Falls City Pool has officially been temporarily closed because someone decided to cut open the bubble. The bubble has only been on the pool for about a month and this bubble is fairly new. Now the pool is closed indefinitely.
If the weather wasn't enough of an indication that summer is officially over and winter is knocking on the door, the announcement of summer fun closures and changes to the Twin Falls City Pool just sealed the deal. Winter is coming.
If you have ever been curious about the historical figures that are buried in Twin Falls, now is your chance to get all the dirt on the people in the cemetery. The Twin Falls Cemetery is putting on historical tours again.
Idaho Angels is a non-profit organization that helps southern Idahoans however they can. They have collected clothing, school supplies, money, food, etc. and helped hundreds of people in the process. Right now they are trying to get enough food to help feed families over the holidays.