Accommodations can make a break a vacation and having a memorable and unique place to stay can be a game changer. This one is a perfect balance of awesome, unique and inexpensive although recently going viral has filled up spots on the schedule pretty quickly.
It is no secret that Idaho is known for growing potatoes. Lots and lots of potatoes. We own our starchy root vegetable proudly and even celebrate it. The amount of other daily used crops is astounding, and the dollar amount attached is even more astounding!
You can find trout dishes, hundreds of different potato options and huckleberries used in incredible ways. However, we have some Idaho classics and Idaho favorites that don't always use the three biggies listed above.
The valley area was settled mostly by ranchers and farmers. They supplied the valley area but also created and supplied settlements and towns up north and in higher elevations where the gold and silver mining was in its heyday.
The gem state is known for its natural beauty, endless adventure possibilities, simpler lifestyle, and dare I say, potatoes - probably the most versatile food on the planet. So where is the best place in the great state of Idaho to call home?