Submitted by Walter Whal on Wed, 04/27/2016 - 09:01
Even at the best of times, transportation can be a challenge. Getting from Point A to Point B is rarely as enjoyable and carefree as a classic road-trip movie--especially when you have to stop at Points C, D, and E along the way. Essentially, travel is just one more thing that the movies have romanticized. In today's world, we have so many options and variables at our disposal which, if chosen carefully, can help make even the most complicated logistical nightmare seem like a scene right out of a road-trip movie. Event transportation is no exception.
Submitted by Walter Whal on Tue, 04/19/2016 - 09:00
When the weather turns warmer, and our minds begin to drift toward crystal-clear waters, cool rapids, swimsuits, sunscreen, and fun, it is often river rafting which comes to mind. River rafting is the perfect answer to many pleas for excitement and adventure--but Idaho Salmon River Rafting is a unique journey, simply because it offers more than one adventure at a time.
Submitted by Walter Whal on Thu, 04/14/2016 - 14:42
When the mother of a school student that had some challenges, especially when it came to strangers, noticed who was driving the bus going past their home, everything changed.
That mom had been transporting her daughter to and from school. Her daughter liked people, but not strange people, making it a little technical to ride a school bus. But now, the mother felt there wouldn’t be any problem.
CTC driver Suzanne Bolin had been that girl’s preschool teacher.
Submitted by Walter Whal on Fri, 04/08/2016 - 12:10
What do you think of when you envision an adventure? For some of, fantastical images come to mind--knights battling dragons, pirates sailing across the sea, heroes making epic journeys across a vast and perilous land. For others, "adventure" is a little more here-and-now: trying something new, going on vacation, having an exciting experience. For still others, adventure is more a state of mind.
Submitted by Walter Whal on Wed, 03/16/2016 - 11:58
It is difficult to truly define the "Rules of the Road." Of course, there are the basic rules that we all know (well, most of us), the same ones that we studied so diligently when trying to get our license for the first time. Don't run red lights. Stop at the stop signs. Obey the speed limit. We've known these rules since we were little kids, driving toy cars instead of real ones. However, there is another layer to the Rules of the Road, one that is not written in any manual or included in any DMV test.
Submitted by Walter Whal on Thu, 03/10/2016 - 13:49
Technology has changed a lot of things. It has made waves in big places, like medicine, science, education, and defense; simultaneously, it has changed the way we see little, everyday things, like chatting with friends, sharing pictures, and getting information. However, technology is more than just smartphones and robot butlers (we're still waiting on that one).
Submitted by Walter Whal on Mon, 03/07/2016 - 10:21
Recreation is an amazing thing. As humans, we have invented, perfected, and shared so many types of recreation that there is now something for everyone to do, no matter what. We've built theme parks for the thrill seekers. We've created hiking paths for the adventurous. We've created movie theaters for the story-hungry masses. In truth, we've got this "recreation" thing down to a science--but there's one thing that still manages to stump us, trouble us, and hinder our recreational progress, and that is Mother Nature.