Friday, June 18, 2021 / by Greg Langhaim
One of my favorite things about Boise is all the scenery. There are so many awesome places to take photos whether you are looking for a well-known spot or a hidden gem. These locations can serve as a great backdrop to professional photography sessions and even just casual Instagram photos. From urban skylines to rolling hillsides, there really is a location for everyone that will perfectly fit what you're looking for. In this blog post, I will share with you my personal favorite places in the Treasure Valley to take photos.
The Boise foothills: Tablerock, Hulls Gulch, Camel's Back park
If you ask any handful of Boise locals where they recommend taking photos, most will probably mention the foothills, and for good reason. The Boise foothills is the perfect location if you want a really natural, scenic-looking backdrop. Not only do you get a variety of wildlife and flowers, but you also get great views of the entire city. This is a great place to visit any time of day, but es! ...
Friday, June 11, 2021 / by Greg Langhaim
Fathers day is just around the corner, and Boise is a great place to be! I love living in a town like Boise during holidays like these because there are so many events in the community that you can enjoy without feeling like the crowds are overwhelming. The weather should also be perfect for getting outside and enjoying the sun. Father's day is a great time to celebrate your dad, grandpa, or any father figure in your life and show them you care. Here is a list of 10 ways to enjoy the day.
1.) Father’s Day Breakfast at Zoo Boise
This is a great way to spend the day, especially if you are looking for something the whole family can enjoy. Zoo Boise is hosting a Father’s Day breakfast event where you can enjoy buffet-style food, a talk by the zookeepers, and a full day's admission to explore the Zoo. The breakfast itself will go from 9am-10am, but the Zoo will remain open until 5pm. Spots for this event are limited, and reservations must be made by Wednesday, June 16t ...
Friday, June 4, 2021 / by Greg Langhaim
Spring is a great time to get everything in order, especially in your home. Living in disorganization can be stressful, and it can make your home feel out of control. Personally, I tend to accumulate a lot of excess stuff over the year and things begin to clutter. So, every Spring, I really enjoy purging my space and doing some organizing. I’ve picked up some great tips with the help of others that I will be sharing with you in this blog post.
1. Purge and donate or sell
At least once a year, it is a good idea to really go through all of your belongings in each space of your home and examine what you have. By doing this, you will probably find that you are holding onto things you don’t necessarily need. Holding on to items that no longer have a purpose can take up space in your home which doesn’t allow you to bring in new items that could benefit you. When you come across items that are no longer useful or of sentimental value, it is a great time to donate t ...
Wednesday, June 2, 2021 / by Greg Langhaim
Friday, May 28, 2021 / by Greg Langhaim
It’s Memorial Day weekend! Not only is this such an important day to recognize those who have lost their lives or loved ones fighting for our country, but I also see it as a day to cherish the people we love and be grateful for the life we get to live. Boise has a ton of events going on over Memorial Day weekend, as well as plenty of activities to enjoy with your friends and family. Here are my favorite ways to spend Memorial Day weekend.
Memorial Day Super Car Meet- Saturday, May 29th
Enjoy your Memorial Day outside at the Super Car Meet. Walk around and look at all the cars, or even register your own to show off. There will be raffles, food, and a ton more. This event will take place in the Simmons Fine Jewelry lot in Meridian and begins at 4pm. For more info on the SuperCar Meet, you can join their Facebook group here
Capital City 34th Street Market- Saturday, May 29th
Enjoy your Saturday walking around the farmer's market! This is Idaho’s original outd ...