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Veterans Day: Military History Runs Deep in Idaho

November 11th is Veterans Day, and in honor of the men and women who have served our country, we would like to dedicate this blog to sharing a bit of Idaho’s military history. Idaho is home to numerous war memorials, historic military sites, and current military operations. For example, the Mountain Home Air Force Base […]

Idaho Small Towns Promise Big Memories

Idaho is known for scenic vistas, historic sites and endless outdoor recreation. Quite often these beautiful areas and fun activities are accessed through some of the state’s smaller towns. Offering lodging, fuel, groceries, dining and a variety of amenities and services, these rural oases will keep you comfortably supplied and ready for your next adventure. […]

#18 Summers- Visit Idaho Museums to Spark Imaginations

By Laurie McConnell, Idaho Tourism In researching this post, I learned about museums I didn’t even know we have here in Idaho. There are historical museums, flood museums, bird museums, Native American museums, arts and science museums and many more. The museums I’ve listed below focus on a specific subject, such as potatoes, aviation or […]

#18 Summers – June Vacation Ideas

by Laurie McConnell, Idaho Tourism Staff The kids grow up so fast, and before you know it, they’ve moved on to college and careers. We really have just 18 summers to make those family memories. This idea hit home with me. I immediately started thinking about the few remaining summers I have with my boys […]

The dirt on the Museum of Clean

The calendar tells us it is officially spring.  After spring break, spring cleaning might be the second most-anticipated activity – or maybe not.  Richard’s post on the Museum of Clean in Pocatello will help get everyone in the mood. Enjoy! By Richard White, March 20, 2014; Everyday Tourist Reposted with permission. The concept of clean […]