One of the United States hardest mail routs is over 100 years old and only goes once a week through Hells Canyon. A couple has been doing the rout for over 30 years and now tours take you along for the journey every Wednesday.
Well, the sun is finally out! And hopefully it's here to stay — at least for a while haha! It was like 85 degrees yesterday and I know we were all lovin' life. With more sun and better weather, it's time to get outside more and recharge a bit. May I suggest making a drive to Hell's Canyon?
There are so many things to do in Idaho, and one of the more popular things to do is go fishing. This has become increasingly more popular over the years, especially regarding fishing for white sturgeon, which are basically prehistoric critters at this point who can live to be more than 100 years old, over 300 pounds, and up to 10 feet long.
You may have seen shows about extreme jobs and maybe being a United States Postal Service Worker doesn't seem like that difficult of a job but in demanding and dangerous conditions if sure can be extreme.
The sun is staying up just little bit longer (at least it feels that way to me) and more and more people are starting to spend time outside again. If this is you, and you like to get out and explore, consider checking out Hells Canyon.
Idaho, The Gem State, Home. Whatever you call it, there is no question that it is a very special state. Idahoans, especially natives know these things to their core and sometimes get annoyed when it has to be explained over and over to non-Idahoans.