Rainy day at Tucannon

Today I decided to get out of the house. Admittedly not the best day, no thanks to the overcast and drizzle of rain. Now I went out with no objective or something to do just went out to explore. So, I ended up Near Little goose dam at Tucannon HMU.  Tucannon HMU is a Habitat Management unit that’s operated by USACE located on the Tucannon river. You can fish, hunt and all types of things. I don’t … Continue reading Rainy day at Tucannon

Bracken berry Square Lewiston, ID

Brackenberry square is located in the heart of downtown Lewiston Idaho, right off main street. The square isn’t large but it’s an important part of the downtown area. The square has a stage for live performances, picnic area and a Fountain. I always enjoy walking through and sitting down drinking my morning coffee and just enjoying the atmosphere. The square is walk in only and it connects the sidewalks of main street to … Continue reading Bracken berry Square Lewiston, ID

Lewiston, ID & Clarkston, WA

Overview Lewiston and by extension Clarkston are two northwestern towns located on northwestern Idaho and southeastern Washington borders in Nez Perce, ID and Asotin, WA counties. Located about 104mi south of Spokane, 500 miles south of the Canadian border, 315 west of Seattle and 270 north of Boise. Lewiston is the bigger of the two with a population of 32,000 and Clarkston with 7,000 according … Continue reading Lewiston, ID & Clarkston, WA

5 reason why you should start collecting National Park cancellations stamps

#5 Its low cost It’s doesn’t get much better than Cheap! Although you will have to pay out for the stamp books but it’s not a requirement you can use a notebook or whatever! while the ink stamps themselves are completely free! #4 Its fun for all ages Stamp collecting is all inclusive! and fun for all ages! from small kids to seniors. it doesn’t … Continue reading 5 reason why you should start collecting National Park cancellations stamps

Getting started

Before you can get your first stamp you’ll need a passport book. You can buy these online or at the visitor centers of national parks. There are Four different type of books; Junior ranger, collectors, classic and explorer. Each book comes with it pros and cons , I personally prefer the Explorer edition but which book would depend on your preference. you can look online … Continue reading Getting started