What an amazing place to visit in Idaho. It is a personal museum of artifacts from Idaho history dating back 60 to 80 years. This is in a quiet locaction about an hour south of Boise.
The displays are in rustic individual rooms/cabins full of artifacts collected over the many years by Mr. Larson and displayed with the help of his wife. I was blown away, beyoun words of the work that has gone into this little gem. That doesn't take into account all the tears of collecting the artifacts. Old carriages displayed still in excellent shape, animals, birds, tractors, sheep herder wagons, dolls from many generations and hundreds of sports cards and memorabilia and the list goes on. It takes a minimum of an hour or more depending on your interest to go through all the exhibits.
This is a must see of little known places in Idaho!
Image, Fathers Day and your wedding aniversary coming together at once. To top it off, the wife puts their home on the market and contracts to buy another on that day. What a lucky guy to receive such a wonderful gift on the joint celebration.
When you are beginning your search for the perfect home for you to live in, that first step should be with a mortgage lender. Without knowing your financial ability to purchase a home, your search can wear you out. We recommend several lenders in the Treasure Valley. One of which is Ryan Shelby at Academy Mortgage. He is very good at pre-qualifing you for your home, fast and efficient. His phone # is 208-672-9777. It is the best place to start. We do have other lenders so just give us a call for more information.
Well, we all need to get away for a break from our regular routine. So, the M & R Real Estate Team is going to make a getway this winter. We have booked a cruise for the Team and friends to float the Caribbean late this year. Should there be any interested friends, there are a few spaces left to go from Boise to the Caribbean for a week in December. Come join us!
Coming soon to large scale manufacturing is a Totally Green water bottle and cap. All materials are plant based and 100% compostable. Imagine the elimination of all plastic water bottles in the near future! Good things are coming to the planet that we live on.