Travel Thursdays: Explore Washington State

WASHINGTON Explore a state that expertly blends urban and outdoor experiences. These five destinations showcase Washington at its most spectacular. Whether you plan on hitting the trail or the tasting room, Washington overwhelms the senses. Greater Seattle When the UFO-shaped Space Needle was first built above Seattle in the early 1960s, the designers pointed towardContinue reading “Travel Thursdays: Explore Washington State”

10 Best 30 Amp RV Generators for 2022 (Ranked/Reviewed) Written by Jason Kidd  in Recommended Gear,RV AccessoriesLast Updated August 24, 2022 Are you in the market for a new 30 Amp RV generator? If so, you’re in luck! Because in this blog post, we’ll be ranking and reviewing the 10 best 30 amp RV generators for 2022. By takingContinue reading

Travel Thursday: Relax And Unwind At These Year-Round Hot Springs In Idaho

by Courtnie Erickson Did you know that there are more than 130 soakable hot springs scattered around the Gem State? While many of these hot springs will require a bit of a journey to enjoy, there are others that are easy to access. At these locations, you don’t have to worry about trekking in iceContinue reading “Travel Thursday: Relax And Unwind At These Year-Round Hot Springs In Idaho”

Travel Thursday: Only In Your State – Idaho

by Courtnie Erickson This Trail Is Located At One Of Idaho’s Popular State Parks, And It’s A Total Hidden Gem-Winchester, ID. Winchester Lake State Park is one of Idaho’s most spectacular state parks. Located in north-central Idaho, this park features 418 acres that are just waiting to be explored. You’ll find all types of popular outdoorContinue reading “Travel Thursday: Only In Your State – Idaho”

Travel Thursday: The Abandoned Nuclear Power Plant In Washington Is One Of The Eeriest Places In America-Washington State

by Jessica Wick There’s no denying that Washington has some spooky abandoned spots. From our numerous ghost towns to our old abandoned buildings, it’s easy to let your imagination run wild when you’re driving through the Evergreen State. But did you know that there’s an abandoned nuclear power plant here that was set to be theContinue reading “Travel Thursday: The Abandoned Nuclear Power Plant In Washington Is One Of The Eeriest Places In America-Washington State”

Travel Thursday: Idaho’s Naturally Heated Outdoor Pool Is All You Need This Winter

Story by Emerson Idaho winters may be beautiful but they can seem to last forever. Fortunately, there are plenty of ways to keep warm in the Gem State if you just know where to look. Gold Fork Hot Springs makes the perfect day trip for those who are looking to spend the day soaking inContinue reading “Travel Thursday: Idaho’s Naturally Heated Outdoor Pool Is All You Need This Winter”

Small-town Puget Sound has a North Idaho Feel

by Tyler Wilson Some folks around these parts don’t like being compared to the people over on the westside of Washington. Something about deep blue vs. deep red, and, look, I don’t want to get into a primary color debate here, but it seems to me that poor yellow gets ignored entirely. This humble NeighborhoodContinue reading “Small-town Puget Sound has a North Idaho Feel”

TSA hiring more security screening officers at Spokane International Airport

by Peter Choi If you live in the Spokane area, this might be helpful to you. SPOKANE, Wash.– Summer in the Inland Northwest is the busiest time of year, especially at the Spokane International Airport. As more air travelers are coming in and out of Spokane International Airport, the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) is activelyContinue reading “TSA hiring more security screening officers at Spokane International Airport”

The Statue of Liberty Arrives in New York Harbor 1885

Source: This Day in History – What Happened Today – HISTORY On June 17, 1885, the dismantled Statue of Liberty, a gift of friendship from the people of France to the people of America, arrives in New York Harbor after being shipped across the Atlantic Ocean in 350 individual pieces packed in more than 200 cases. The copperContinue reading “The Statue of Liberty Arrives in New York Harbor 1885”