For 91 Days in Idaho by Michael Powell

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A collection of stories, photography and advice from three months spent in Idaho: one of America's most under-appreciated states. Mike and Jürgen are travelers who spend 91 days in various locations around the world, capturing the history, lifestyle and most interesting aspects of their temporary homes. With the enthusiasm of newcomers, they've explored Idaho from top to bottom, and built a thorough picture of this little-known corner of the Pacific Northwest.

Filled with information about the wildlife, history, oddities, nature and towns of Idaho, the e-book follows Mike and Jürgen's adventures from the forests and lakes of the north to bizarre geological formations in the south. Leave any preconceptions behind, and you'll discover that Idaho is anything but boring! The book contains over 250 professional full-color photos, along with a full index organized by date and category.

For 91 Days in Idaho isn't a traditional guidebook, but an impartial and colorful account of three months spent in this amazing and surprisingly diverse state. Explore Idaho over the course of 91 days, and learn about what makes it such a special place.

About Michael Powell

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Published February 4, 2013 by 333 pages
Genres: Travel. Non-fiction

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