Ann Morrison Park, Boise, Idaho
A quick overhead tour of Ann Morrison Park in Boise Idaho. Shot on the DJI Mavic Air. Lots of great trails and wildlife in a fairly compact space. Nice to have this so close to downtown Boise. I hope to visit it again.
Boise, Idaho | First Impressions | May 2019
A man and his dog move to Boise, Idaho from out-of-state and he shares his first impressions of living there. Boise is one of the fastest growing cities in the US. Watch this video to get a feel for the area before deciding to visit or to relocate to Boise.
All places shown in this video are free to visit:
- Barber Park
- Boise River Greenbelt
- Camel's Back
- Elephant Rock Loop
- Julia Davis Park
- Lower Hull's Gulch Trail
- Lucky Peak Lake
- Oregon Trail
- Table Rock
New pathways in Marianne Williams Park in Boise, ID
Several new biking and hiking pathways are open in Marianne Williams Park in east Boise near Bown Crossing and Barber Park. Go check them out. See more on my blog at stevestuebner.com
Places to see in ( Boise - USA )
Places to see in ( Boise - USA )
Boise is the capital city of Idaho. The Boise River Greenbelt is a series of tree-dotted trails and parks hugging the water's edge. In an art deco building, downtown’s Boise Art Museum has contemporary works and an outdoor sculpture garden. The grand, sandstone Idaho State Capitol Building is nearby. The Old Idaho Penitentiary contains 19th-century prison cells and gallows, plus historic military weaponry.
Today Boise is sometimes seen as the eastern enclave of the Pacific Northwest, or the western enclave of the Rocky Mountains, or both, depending on who you ask. Downtown Boise and the North End neighborhood offer a PNW feel every bit as strong as anything in Portland or Seattle, while suburbs such as Meridian and Nampa steadfastly cling to the decidedly self-reliant ethos of the Intermountain West.
Boise is located in southwestern Idaho, about 41 miles (66 km) east of the Oregon border, and 110 miles (177 km) north of the Nevada border. The downtown area's elevation is 2,704 feet (824 m) above sea level. Like all major cities, it is composed of several neighborhoods. These include the Bench, the North End, West Boise and Downtown, among others. Downtown Boise is Boise's cultural center and home to many small businesses and a few mid-rises. While downtown Boise lacks a major retail/dining focus like Seattle, Portland, and Spokane, the area has a variety of shops and growing option for dining choices.
To the south of downtown Boise is Boise State University and its surrounding environs. The area is dominated by residential neighborhoods and businesses catering to the student population. The North End, generally defined as the part of Boise north of State Street, contains many of the city's older homes. The Boise Highlands is located just north of the North End. Its location is generally defined as north of Hill Road, East of Bogus Basin Road. Its neighborhood is mostly filled with homes constructed in the 1970s, as well as a golf course/country club known as Crane Creek.
Southwest Boise contains sparsely populated neighborhoods built from the 1960s to the early 1980s. Northwest Boise lies against the Boise Foothills to the north, State Street to the south, the city of Eagle to the west, and downtown Boise to the east. It contains a mix of old and new neighborhoods, including Lakeharbor, which features the private Silver Lake, a reclaimed quarry. Warm Springs is centered on the tree-lined Warm Springs Avenue and contains some of Boise's largest and most expensive homes. The far-east end of Warm Springs was once known as Barber Town, featuring a hotel with hot springs nestled into the foothills. Southeast Boise spans from Boise State University to Micron Technology. The Bench, generally bounded by Federal Way to the east, Cole Road to the west and Garden City to the north, sits on an elevation approximately 60 feet (18 m) higher than downtown Boise to its northeast. West Boise is home to Boise Towne Square Mall.
A lot to see in Boise such as :
Idaho State Capitol Building
Idaho Botanical Garden
Old Idaho Penitentiary Site
Ann Morrison Park
Lucky Peak State Park
Julia Davis Park
World Center For Birds of Prey
Discovery Center of Idaho
Roaring Springs Water Park
Camel's Back Park
Eagle Island State Park
Boise Art Museum
The Basque Museum & Cultural Center
Boise National Forest
Kathryn Albertson Park
Wahooz Family Fun Zone
Lucky Peak Lake
Freak Alley Gallery
Aquarium Of Boise
Idaho Anne Frank Human Rights Memorial
Idaho State Museum
MK Nature Center - Idaho Fish and Game
Esther Simplot Park
Idaho Outfitters & Guides Association
The Grove Plaza
Rhodes Skate Park
Boise River Park
Julius M. Kleiner Memorial Park
Hyatt Hidden Lakes Reserve
Telaya Wine Co.
Idaho Black History Museum
Boise City Department of Arts & History
Boise Whitewater Park
( Boise - USA ) is well know as a tourist destination because of the variety of places you can enjoy while you are visiting Boise . Through a series of videos we will try to show you recommended places to visit in Boise - USA
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Adorable home with BRAND NEW PAINT AND CARPET THROUGHOUT. Bathrooms have recently been remodeled with granite counters and new flooring as well. Functional floorplan featuring two living spaces with tons of natural light & vaulted ceilings. Dining & Kitchen are highlighted by hard surface flooring & a large corner pantry. Private backyard with expansive deck, terraced garden areas and room for a dog run. Home is within walking distance to Cypress Park, and is just minutes from downtown Boise, Micron, the Boise River and Greenbelt, Bown Crossing, Barber Park, & so much more. Boise Idaho real estate, We Love Boise Real Estate, Nick Smith, Morgan Hoffman
Wild Upper Boise River (HD)
Idaho Rivers United is fighting to keep the Middle Fork Boise River and North Fork Boise River flowing wild and free, free of a new dam. This Google Earth tour over the wild river canyons includes scenic photos and a graphic overlay of the dam sites being considered.
Google Earth fly in and video produced by Mountain Visions, Boise, Idaho August 2012.
Top 15 Things To Do In Boise, Idaho
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Here are top 15 things to do in Boise, Idaho
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5. Aquarium of Boise -
6. Hulls Gulch Reserve -
7. Zoo Boise -
8. Boise Art Museum -
9. Idaho Botanical Garden -
10. Boise Art Glass -
11. Capital City Public Market -
12. The Basque Museum & Cultural Center -
13. Boise Farmers Market -
14. Kathryn Albertson Park -
15. The World Center for Birds of Prey -
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Boise River Launch Point
The put-in point for rafters heading downriver.
7 min areal tour of Boise, Idaho, USA. Better than Google Map.
You can see Boise, Eagle, Meridian - Julius M Kleiner Park, Ann Morrison Park, Bronco stadium, Columbia Village Area, The Y, Saint Alphonsus Hospital, I-84, I-184, Eagle road, Fairview road, Franklin road, Curtis road, Cole road, Warm springs road, I-21 Gowen road, Boise Airstrip, NewYork Canal, Boise river and much much more.
Paddle to Shoshone Falls | Twin Falls, ID
Tons of people visit Shoshone Falls every year and for good reason. At 212 feet tall and 900 feet wide, Shoshone Falls is one of the largest natural waterfalls in the United States. That makes it even taller than Niagara Falls. Most people see the falls by visiting Shoshone Falls Park, and that’s fun but if you have a whole day we’re here to tell you there’s an even cooler way to see the falls, an experience you will never forget.
Stand up paddle board to the base of the falls. From Centennial Park, under the Perrine Bridge, over Pillar Falls, and to Shoshone! We'll show you how.
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1. Nursing Home Ministry! (Jr and Sr High) Sunday October 18th. Going to Quakertown Manor. All students are invited and encouraged to attend. Meet at ESC at 1:40 and plan to be picked up at 3:15
2. FCA (Fellowship of Christian Athletes) Fields of Faith Wednesday, October 14th 7-8pm @ Quakertown High School field hockey field. An exciting night of student led worship, student testimonies and prayer. All Jr & Sr High students are highly encouraged to attend! Bus transportation provided to and from ESC. Bus will pull out at 6:40 and return by 8:15.
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First Open Carry Sunny Boyz Barber Shop part2
My first open carry video in Leesville LA. at Sunny Boyz Barber Shop.
Must check them out if you are in the area. Nice friendly folks.
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1419 Hays - Boise
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Clips of Culture from the Barber's Chair | Keith Buswell | Ignite 2018
The Talk: This presentation highlights a personal odyssey exploring Main Street Barbershops across America. Barbershops are an important mainstay, a perpetual community connecting point, a desired masculine gathering place, and a safe social harbor in our society. Barbershops play a role as a stakeholder in social capital and provide an ongoing sense of place in urban, suburban, and small rural towns across the country. For almost twenty-five years, during personal and professional travels, Keith has had his hair cut in close to 300 barbershops, in over 200 cities, and in 40 states. As he crisscrossed the country visiting local barbershops, Keith traveled over 238,000 miles from coast to coast and from the Canadian border to Mexico. This travel mileage represents 10 trips around the world. But this research is not about haircuts, it is about the disappearing traditional Main Street culture and decline of genuine social connections. The focus is on humanity, community, and connectivity, not haircuts, styles, or shaves.
About Keith: Keith describes himself as “a white-haired businessman, a husband, a father, a grandfather, a portly poet, and a wanderer”. Educationally, he earned an Associate’s Degree from Ricks College, a B.A. degree from Brigham Young University majoring in Interpersonal Communications with English and Psychology minors. As a non-conventional student, Keith is completing a Master’s Degree in American Studies at Utah State University while working full time. For the past forty plus years, Keith has worked in various aspects of commercial real estate and construction across the country. Early in his career, he was also involved with several high growth entrepreneurial consumer electronics chains building stores from coast to coast. Keith and his wife, Tricia, have lived in Colorado, Kansas, and Montana before returning to live in Utah. They have eight children and 20 grandchildren. In his spare moments he enjoys time with his family, community service, reading, hiking the hills, and traveling across America in search of another Main Street Barbershop.
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Watershed watch on the Boise River
Idaho Old Penitentiary Lock Up! (Things to do in Boise): Boise with Kids
First time visiting Boise, Idaho! In this episode, we stop by the Idaho Botanical Gardens, tour the Old Idaho Penitentiary, eat ice cream at The STIL, play at the Discovery Center of Idaho, visit the Boise Depot, and dine at Westside Drive In.
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Diversion Dam in the Spring at Ann Morrison Park
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Diversion Dam in the Spring at Ann Morrison Park
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Boise (/ˈbɔɪsi/) is the capital and most populous city of the U.S. state of Idaho, as well as the county seat of Ada County. Located on the Boise River in southwestern Idaho, the population of Boise at the 2010 Census was 205,671, the 99th largest in the nation. Its estimated population in 2013 was 214,237.
The Boise City-Nampa metropolitan area includes five counties with a combined population of 616,500, the most populous metropolitan area in Idaho. It contains the state's three largest cities; Boise, Nampa, and Meridian. Boise is the third most populous metropolitan area in the United States' Pacific Northwest region, behind Seattle and Portland.
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