Month: December 2019

Tips for Crossing the U.S.-Canada Border

Traveling to and from British Columbia through one of the Inland Northwest’s many border crossings has gotten faster and easier over the past decade, even for the millions of Americans who remain resistant to getting a passport. Make your border crossing experience even quicker with these tips.  Proper ID: Make sure everyone in your vehicle …

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Winter Adventures in British Columbia

Traveling north of the border for skiing, snowboarding, hot springs soaking, snowshoeing, or other winter adventures is incredibly easy and worth every kilometer of extra driving. One of the best yet often under-appreciated things about living in Spokane and North Idaho, in fact, is the proximity to interior British Columbia. This lightly-populated, vast expanse of wild mountains, valleys, lakes, and rivers; enchanting yet authentic mountain towns; and destination-worthy resorts, parks, and trails is a wonderland right next door.

Local Pop Up Shops and DIY Gifts

Handmade gifts communicate an extra level of thoughtfulness and intention, especially when purchased from local artists. So does gifting the chance for loved ones to dabble in their own creativity. Need inspiration? Check out these Spokane-area venues and workshops. All Things Art: Located in Coeur d’Alene, the shop provides supplies and classes on knitting, crochet, …

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