Idaho

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Read about small towns in Idaho:

Hailey – Situated in the heart of the spectacular Central Idaho Rockies and nestled in picturesqueWood River Valley, Hailey is a small town that welcomes visitors, but sends away friends (if, at all, it does send them away). Recognized as a great place to visit and a wonderful place to live, it was also one of the Top ten Small Towns in the US in 2014 according to Liveability.com. Continue reading…

Sandpoint – The county seat of Bonner County, ID, Sandpoint is the largest city in the countywith a population of just over 7,600. Economically speaking, the major contributors to Sandpoint’s budget encompass government services, recreation, tourism, light manufacturing and forest products. However, what many consider to be the best thing about this small town is the fact that it sits on the shores of Lake Pend Oreille, Idaho’s largest lake with a length of 43 miles. And to complete the picturesque setting of Sandpoint, there are three major mountain ranges surrounding the place: the Bitterroot, Cabinet and Selkirk ranges. Continue reading…

Wallace – Set against the gorgeous backdrop of the Bitterroot Mountains in northern Idaho, the 12-decade long story of Wallace features elements of comedy, heroism, great wealth, passion, intrigue, and of course, danger. This place is a genuine, old west mining townthat has survived till this very day. It’s no surprise Wallace’s origins can be traced back to 1884. That year, Colonel Wallace, who wasn’t a real colonel, purchased land and built his cabin in the area. This became the site of today’s city. Continue reading…

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