June 2011
Monthly Archives

Golf at Teton Springs Resort and the Headwaters Golf Club

At Teton Springs, green grass has poked through the moisture rich earth and the trees have sprout. The creeks are bulging and the whitewater rafts are out of storage. I’m so happy! This means a new and dynamic summer is here for everyone to enjoy, both the residents who call the Teton Valley home, and […]

Golfing at Eagle Hills Golf Course

Written by guest blogger Shane Quarles It’s Saturday morning, 6 o’clock. My 17-year-old son, me and two of my buddies have an 7:54 tee time at Eagle Hills Golf Course. Excited, you bet, our first round of the season. To prepare for our champion style day, my son and I have a hearty breakfast of […]

Sawtooth Relay 2011: Stanley to Sun Valley

Written by guest blogger Danielle Gruden My friend Krista was in desperate need of a volunteer for her Sawtooth Relay team this year – and me being someone that can’t say no – I of course was roped into the situation. I thought of rolling hills, lakes, streams and snow-capped mountains as she attempted to […]

Early Season Whitewater Rafting in Idaho

Written by guest blogger Josh Mcdannel. On May 21st, I set off for my big river trip of 2011. The agenda: 9 days of early season boating on some of Idaho’s best whitewater. I ran Marsh Creek, the Middle Fork of the Salmon, and the Main Salmon. That’s about 220 miles in 7 days. Mileage […]

Lewiston’s Farmers Market, Live Music and The Dance

Written by guest blogger Lisa D. Jenkins. You know how everyone has their favorite day of the week?  Me, too.  I live for the  third Wednesdays of May, June, July and August.  That’s when Brackenbury Square in Beautiful Downtown Lewiston comes Alive After Five! I like to go early, around 3:30pm or so, and get my shopping […]

Idaho “Staycation”: Hostels and Recreation

With gas prices on the rise, the term “staycation” is making yet another popular comeback. This method of a modified vacation allows for travelers to experience a get-away on a friendly budget that won’t break the bank. One of the many beauties of living in Idaho is that you can literally drive two hours in […]

Mountain Biking in the Boise Foothills

Produced by guest vlogger Jennifer Isenhart. One of the great benefits of working for a production company that specializes in high definition outdoor and recreation footage is when a beautiful spring day rolls around,you can grab a camera and your mountain bike and go do some “work.” Last week, our Director of Photography, Tom Hadzor […]

Family Adventures in Garden Valley

Written by guest blogger Kellie Kluksdal Living in Idaho most of my life and working for the Idaho Division of Tourism, you’d think I had seen and done all there is to do here in Idaho. But that couldn’t be farther from the truth. I have done a lot…. but not nearly everything. Take, for […]

Summer Festivals

Looking for some fun summer festivals to check out this summer? Idaho has you covered. From food to bicycles, for families to singles – Idaho offers a wide array of events to attend.  A complete list of summer festivals and events can be found here. Savor Idaho The Idaho Grape Growers and Wine Producers Commission […]

Saturdays at the Market

Tis’ the season; the trees are in bloom, the rain has finally calmed its spastic bouts, and the sun has warmed the air. It is finally time for the local Saturday Markets to share their bounty once again. Farmers’ markets are a great way to experience Idaho’s countless offerings. They’re also celebrated for being “green” […]