December 2011
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12 Months of Idaho Whitewater

By November 2010, I was already anxious for my 2011 rafting season to get started. I hadn’t been on a river since October and I was missing it badly. Typically, I don’t get on the river until March, and I’m not rafting regularly until May. I knew I couldn’t wait. Plus, my fancy new Kokatat […]

‘Twas the month of December and Throughout the Gem State

Download and share the free audio version   ‘Twas the month of December and throughout the Gem State The elves were so busy as not be late. For Santa was coming with a sleigh full of fun To make Christmas in Idaho Job number one! With snowmobiling and skiing and fun things to see Would […]

Holiday Lights Add Sparkle to the Season

One of the best things about the sun setting so early this time of year is that it leaves more time to enjoy the gorgeous holiday light displays all over the great state of Idaho. If you’re planning on being out and about this season here are some sparkling events to take in. Coeur d’Alene […]

Early Season Snowshoe Outing Delivers Sun and Scenery

Saturday, December 3, 2011 was forecasted to be a beautiful day in Sun Valley, Idaho and mother nature did not disappoint. The air was crisp, cold and mantled by a clear azure sky from horizon to horizon. My friend and I were anxious to strap on our snowshoes and tread some powder. Immediately, we were […]

Love Craft Beer? A Place For Adults To Hang Out in North Idaho

I am always in search of a place for grown ups to be able to sit and enjoy some great brews and be able to have conversations here in the North Idaho area. What always happens is I find a place that has great Craft Beer choices, but it is just not a place to […]