Idaho January 20, 2018
by Emerson 10 Undeniable Things You’ll Find In Every Idaho Home
Idahoans are known to live a pretty unique lifestyle. However, we can also be predictable when it comes to certain things. These ten items are something that almost every Idahoan has in their home right now. How many are you guilty of?
1. A pair of sturdy hiking boots.
Most likely still with mud on the soles from your last adventure. Oh, and they're probably at least a decade old.
2. One of
Every Idahoan has one of these Idaho Spud candies hanging out in the back of their kitchen drawer. It's undeniable.
3. Local brews.
Why buy tasteless imported beer when you can buy local? Every Idahoan has their favorite local brewery and is bound to have a six-pack sitting in the fridge.
4. A bag of these bad boys.
Hey, they're dirt cheap and delicious. A meal isn't complete without some sort of side of potatoes.
5. Loads and loads of outdoor gear.
Fishing pole? Check. Tent? Check. Ten Patagonia jackets? Check. Fifty beanies? Check.
6. Something with the shape of Idaho on it.
We love our state and we aren't afraid to show it. On a mug, a pillow, wall art, kitchen towels, etc.
7. Something smoking in the backyard.
It may be the middle of winter but that's certainly not going to stop us from enjoying some delicious smoked meats. It's a delicacy to be enjoyed all year round.
8. A closet that looks like this.
As Idahoans it is our duty to have at least one camouflage jacket and at least a couple plaid wool jackets. We like to have options when it comes to staying warm.
9. A loyal companion.
We are animal lovers through and through. If you don't own a dog, can you even call yourself an Idahoan?
10. Tools for weathering the unpredictable winters.
Bags of ice, snow scrapers, and shovels are all must-haves for surviving an Idaho winter. True Idahoans are prepared with the essentials!
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