What Is Going On In Boise This Winter?

January / February / March Events

The Boise Zoo's- Wild at Heart

10 to 5 Saturday, Feb. 2. Where: Zoo Boise, Julia Davis Park, Boise. Enjoy face painting, and special Valentine oriented fun with all the Zoo Boise animal residents. Share the love and create a special Valentine for your favorite animal. 208-608-7760.

Eagle Daddy Daughter Dance

6 to 8 p.m. Friday, Feb. 8, Where: Eagle City Hall, Valentine’s Day dancing, creative photo booths, lots of crafting, snacking and the ever popular Father's joke competition. $30 per man child, add $5 for each additional sweetheart. 208-489-8763.

What is a pop up?

This one is sushi! Valentine’s Day Sushi-Pop Up. Albeit 1 day late. 6 to 9 p.m. Friday, Feb. 15.…

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Horsemans Paradise

Sportsmans Paradise

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Bring the horses, boat, dirt bikes and kids! Move in ready idyllic country acreage on quiet dead end road with views, easy access to town, walk to the river, includes a large pasture and the giant shop. 

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Things To Do In Boise Through November!

First Thursday

Every first Thursday of the month from 5 to 9 pm. Stroll the safe and scenic downtown Boise walkways and get ready for a sensory overload. Enjoy art, dining, roving entertainment and more! Each establishment sets up its own specials and tasting to compliment the art. The people watching is pretty good too!

Farmers Markets!

Boise’s two Saturday morning markets supply local wares from food and flowers to art and whizbangs! July brings fresh potatoes, corn, tomatoes, peas, apricots, and cherries. The first Boise Farmers Market for July is on Saturday the 7th.  The Boise Farmers Market runs from 9-1pm every Saturday through October. You can visit the Capital City Public Market on the same days…

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Just Listed!  Close In Meridian!

1908 SE 5th Way

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3877 Sq Ft | 3 Bed | 2.5 Bath | Plus Office & Bonus Room

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Greatroom Concept | Soaring Ceilings | Remodeled Kitchen | Chefs Appliance Pack | Remodeled Master | Entertain In Or Out | Seasonal Stream | Rv Parking W Power| Bonus Room Up | Roof 2017 |H20 Heater 2015 | Furnace 2014 | Water Softener

 Enter your new home and find soaring ceilings 20 feet tall and quality from front to back and top to bottom. A light, airy, spacious kitchen-greatroom-eating area with and oversized chefs kitchen replete with top end appliances, wet bar and heated tile…

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 Where Are The Locals Going?

6 Great Spots To Watch The Eclipse

 From close to far, from pavement to mountain top!

These are some great spots to chill in the dark! Word on the street has the Outdoor Idaho crew at the Pioneer Cabin Up Trail creek outside of Ketchum! I am planning on taking the Llamas and heading up Sunday and camping out up there! The views should be stellar! Find below a few other spots that will have you home by noon to heavenly mountain tops where you can watch by yourself!

Home By Noon Spot

Miss the traffic nightmare at Banks by getting out in the sticks on the dirt north of Emmett and be home by noon! Wide open vistas to be had, Travel north from Emmett on Van Deusen road. Cross Willow creek at roughly mile 15 and stay…

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Update South Fork Boise Log Jam

It is now floatable. The lower logs have been cleared. There is the giant top log still in place, you can float under it like a bridge!

Happy Fathers Day To Me

South Fork Boise Log Lam

Can You Say Dyn-o-mite!

 Connie Carrico's pic here...- 868-3255    She Shuttles.

It did not look too bad from on high. But reality set in once we were in the eddy. Log jam is 8 to 12 feet high depending on if you are standing in 3 feet of water. Sorry for the lame pic...photographer tried to tell me we needed more but I was in portage mode by then. The level was 3100ish...the eddie line is soupy and swirly and you only get one chance. Noah slid in forward pushing, made it look easy. I did not come in at a steep enough…

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7 Great Hikes For Rafters On

The Middle Fork Of The Salmon River


Wondering where the best hiking on the Middle Fork Of The Salmon River is? Here are a few ideas to get you started. With all the water this year rafters on the Middle Fork Of The Salmon River will have short days on the water leaving time to explore the awesomeness that is the "Frank". Lots has been written about hiking in the Frank Church Wilderness area. But mostly with an eye towards leaving from the car. I have not seen many articles about stellar hikes for people rafting the Middle Fork Of The Salmon River. So take a hike on layover days or in the mornings or evenings from campsites along the way. I worked on the Middle Fork in the summers of 1990 and 1991 and passed with…

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Idaho Museum Of Mining & Geology

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Idaho The Gem State

One of the wonders of Idaho are the rocks and rock formations, the gems and minerals found throughout this great state. So many and wondrous it is Idaho's nickname. "The Gem State". From the Star Garnets in northern Idaho to the Spencer Opal mine in Eastern Idaho there is wonder to behold. The gold veins, fossils and volcanic rock of Owyhee county in south western Idaho and Malhuer county in eastern Oregon are dynomite as well! One of my favorite things to do is chase chukars, a small upland bird that inhabit most of the state, but especially the desert rimrock of the Owyhees. I often find myself spending more time exploring the rock formations whence I stumble across…

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The Visual Arts Collective has sprung from it's roots in the Linen District and is striving to be the place for exhibits, concerts and all things art in Boise. With a place for visual art, performing art, fashion, culture and more, they are all able to live side-by-side in the new space. Now located in Garden City, VAC does more than just offer people a place to see paintings or music but is an integral part of forming the art culture of the area.  Billing itself as Boise’s “first multi-disciplinary arts facility” it is rapidly becoming a popular center for all sorts of artistic experiences. With help and support from donors like The Rauschenberg Foundation, what was once a part time, sometimes sort of deal in the Linen District, has grown into a full…

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