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So... are we deliberately not mentioning the Sawtooth area?


The link to the Lewis and Clark trail is broken.jstampfl 01:03, 20 May 2009 (EDT)

It's the ampersand. Annoying but fixable, though it may need merging with Lewis_and_Clark_Trail. - Dguillaime 01:07, 20 May 2009 (EDT)

Ok, I fixed the Lewis and Clark trail link. jstampfl 11:58, 22 May 2009 (EDT)

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I've replaced the old very simple North-South scheme with a 7-regions scheme lifted directly from the official tourism bureau. Hopefully this will mean that we won't have to further subdivide Idaho's regions for the foreseeable future. --Peter Talk 19:37, 9 June 2009 (EDT)

Oct 6, 2010 I took out the following paragraph... "In part because of this growth, some longtime Idahoans are openly disdainful of newcomers in general, and ex-Californians in particular. However, this rarely translates into an expression of ill will towards visitors." To say that some are "disdainful" of newcomers would be true of every square inch of this planet. There are always people who feel that those that came after them should leave. There are no more of them in Idaho than any other part of the world, perhaps fewer.


March 9, 2014 I started making several updates, largely to accomplish the goals of redefining tourism as the major growth industry in North Idaho as logging has faded. I also corrected a bunch of typos and added some links to the ski biz and the major driving/tour routes such as the Selkirk Loop. I need to add several more for eastern Idaho etc. North Idaho is becoming a major thoroughfare for motorcyclists and bicyclists.Also started adding info on the microbreweries now up to 22 in the state.SelkirkRanch (talk) 02:37, 10 March 2014 (EDT)

Thanks, great job! I just sent you a message on your own Talk page. Adzas (talk) 07:20, 10 March 2014 (EDT)

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