Here's the one thing no one tells you about moving to Idaho

I remember the very first day I crossed the state line into Idaho. I had just gotten a radio job in Boise and was moving across the country from the Midwest.

Which only means one thing: My biggest expectation for Idaho was Broken the moment I arrived in Boise.

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The legendary Idaho rainbow ends in the Boise Foothills

It's not often you get to see the END of a rainbow.

Gallery Photo Credit: Photo Credit: Mateo, 103.5 KISS FM

So what was my main expectation when I moved to Idaho? True, there would be potato fields everywhere.

I swear to Justin Bieber, when I told them I was moving to Idaho, every single one of them responded with “Ope, I hope you like potatoes.” Mind you, none of them had ever been there, but they had me convinced that Idaho was a huge potato field, with a few potato factories and potato shops scattered here and there.

Much to my dismay, I drove across most of the state to get to Boise and… nothing. No potato fields. Maybe I drove past some and missed them? Perhaps they are “off the beaten path” and not close to highways and highways?

Or maybe I was lied to. Maybe Idaho is not all potato fields. Because if so, I would have a damn hard time finding them!

Correct me if I'm wrong, but you Do You'll have to do a little searching and sightseeing to find Idaho's famous potatoes. Right?

If you think I'm making up this Idaho potato craze, please explain to me why this There will be very explicit Christmas cards in 2024:

Whoever approved these Idaho Christmas cards should be fired

Gallery photo credit: Chris Cruise // Townsquare Media

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