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Esther Simplot reflects on the park that bears her name 2:41

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This video will teach you to paddleboard 5:20

This video will teach you to paddleboard

Ridge to Rivers Manager on Mountain Biking 1:57

Ridge to Rivers Manager on Mountain Biking

Boise State women hit four shots, including half-courter, in synchronized display 0:09

Boise State women hit four shots, including half-courter, in synchronized display

North Carolina toy store enlists BB-8 for some Olympic curling fun 0:37

North Carolina toy store enlists BB-8 for some Olympic curling fun

This is only a drill. Don't fear the swarm of drones 'attacking' the Capitol on Wednesday 0:51

This is only a drill. Don't fear the swarm of drones 'attacking' the Capitol on Wednesday

'Clean, Drain, Dry,' Idaho urges boat owners. The alternative could ruin our waterways. 0:16

'Clean, Drain, Dry,' Idaho urges boat owners. The alternative could ruin our waterways.

Your boat could become a home for problem mussels. Here's how to clean it right. 3:48

Your boat could become a home for problem mussels. Here's how to clean it right.

Schools across the U.S. dealing with gun threats 1:21

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Whether you’re into snow sports or water sports, biking or hiking, or hunting or fishing, Chadd Cripe’s blog is your source for all things fun to do outdoors in the Treasure Valley and beyond.