Most people don't even know that Idaho has a glacier, but we do. If you want to see the massive icy mass you need to head on over to Mount Borah. It makes sense that this would be the place for a glacier since it is Idaho's tallest mountain.
Idaho is loaded with incredible eateries. With farming and agriculture thriving in the gem state it also means fresher local eating options in many restaurants. With so many incredible options how do you know where to go? We've selected some incredible must try eateries in Meridian all with very different menus and types of food to explore.
The right Bloody Mary can be an entire meal if done right and I have been on the hunt for the best Bloody Mary in the Treasure Valley. I know a lot of people use it for a hangover cure, I just like how they taste. Here are a few faves that I have found in my search.
Have you ever wanted to be famous? Even just to your friends and community? Well now's a good chance at some self gratitude and pride. The city of Boise is currently in construction for a new park in Downtown and they need a name.
A lot of cities, and states have been reporting an increase in break ups and divorce fillings but not here in Idaho. Couples seem to be working through and overcoming marital complications and disagreements and staying together.
The Treasure Valley is home to some incredible restaurants with everything from classic to unique cuisine. Today we are going to focus on Idaho inspired dishes that are either newly available or have been local staples for decades. What should I add to the list?
Growing up my grandmother was a bit of a hoarder and had a shipping container in her yard to help hold all of her 'treasures'. So when I think of shipping containers on properties my mind goes to that, and it was not pretty, it was quite the eye sore but I loved grandma so much it didn't matter. However what they have done with these upcycled shipping containers has me all kinds of impressed. I'd like to see Pinterest top it.
Max and Miles have now given out hundreds, 780 to be exact, bright flower bouquets to strangers all over Boise. They call it the “Free Flower Project” and even won a national award and $25,000 to make it bigger and better for next year.