Exploring the moon without leaving Idaho: Craters Of The Moon National Monument

Exploring the moon without leaving Idaho: Craters Of The Moon National Monument

On a bright sunny day in late September I was traveling along the back highways of Southern Idaho. This part of Idaho is somewhat desolate with low rolling hills, limited vegetation and light-years away from the lushness of Northern Idaho that I call home. As my car crested a small … Continue reading

Portneuf Valley Brewing, Pocatello Idaho

Portneuf Valley Brewing, Pocatello Idaho

Brewing beer dates back 6000 years where it is believed that the brewing profession was heavily dominated by women. The oldest documented recipe for beer dates back 3900 years with a reference to Ninkasi, the goddess of alcohol, who is sometimes referred to as the goddess of brewing.

Beer Tasting at Wallace Brewing, Wallace Idaho

Beer Tasting at Wallace Brewing

I am always a fan of when a brewery embraces their heritage. Wallace Brewing is located in Wallace Idaho, a town known for mining. The logo of Wallace Brewing is a miner’s helmet and two pick axes. But this is not where the mining references stop. Majority of the beer … Continue reading