Idaho Crazy Laws
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If you are 88 years or older, it's illegal to ride a motorcycle in Idaho Falls.
A person may not be seen in public without a smile on their face.
Walking along the street with a red-tippped cane is strictly prohibited.
Bicycles are not allowed in the tennis courts.
In Boise, residents may not fish from a giraffe's back.
If a police office approaches a vehicle and suspects that the occupants are engaging in sex, he must either honk, or flash his lights and wait three minutes before approaching the car.
Dirt may not be swept from ones home into the sidewalk.
It is illegal for a man to give his sweetheart a box of candy weighing more than fifty pounds.
Persons may not camp out on sidewalks in the city.
Non-married couples in Idaho who engage in sexual intercourse can be jailed for up to six months.
Riding a merry-go-round on Sundays is considered a crime
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Fun Facts About Idaho
Idaho's state fruit is the Huckleberry and the the state vegetable is the potato.
Named the "Gem State," Idaho produces 72 types of precious and semi-precious stones, some of which can be found nowhere else in the world.
The statehouse in Boise is geothermally heated from underground hot springs.
Idaho is the number one producers of Potatoes, Austrian Winter Peas and Lentils.
Twin Falls was the sight of Evil Knievels jump in 1974.
Idaho is the 13th largest state in the U. S.
Downey, Idaho's first mercantile store, the W. A. Hyde Co., was built in 1894.
The Cataldo mission is the oldest building in the state.
Idahos world famous hot springs are located in Lava Hot Springs.
Sun Valley is recognized as the home of America's first destination ski resort.
Weiser is Home of the National Old Time Fiddler's Contest.
Idaho ghost towns include
Silver River, Yankee Fort, Gold Dredge, and the Sierra Silver Mine. Pearched at 9,5000 feet on Trinity Mountain stands the highest fire lookout in the Boise National Forest.
Hell's Canyon is the deepest gorge in America.
Soda Springs boasts the largest man-made geyser in the world.
Anderson Ranch Reservoir is known for its blue-ribbon fly-fishing.
Idaho grows about 27 billion potatoes annually.
The economy of Idaho City originally developed around gold mining in the 1860's. It was once the largest town in the Pacific Northwest.
Five of history's pioneer trails, including the Oregon Trail and the California Trail, cross Southern Idaho. Wagon ruts are still visible all along the rugged terrain.
Birds of Prey Wildlife Area is home to the world's most dense population of nesting eagle's, hawks, and falcons.
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