Submitted by Walter Whal on Wed, 06/22/2016 - 12:06
Safety should be a top priority no matter what you do, but when it comes to adventures with Mother Nature, you have to be extra careful. Idaho Salmon River Rafting is no exception--in fact, it might be the perfect example to illustrate the rule! Whitewater rafting is exciting and enjoyable, but because it is an extreme outdoor sport, being safe with Mother Nature is more important than ever.
Submitted by Walter Whal on Fri, 06/17/2016 - 14:55
There are two things you want to research before you go on a whitewater rafting trip: you want to know the river you're rafting--the history, the location, the local wildlife--and you also want to know the outfitter who is taking you on your trip. The folks on our Shuttles for Idaho Salmon River Rafting have taken the time to gather some information about outfitters, and today, the spotlight is on Aggipah River Trips.
Submitted by Walter Whal on Wed, 06/08/2016 - 13:47
If you're looking for a fun way to beat the heat, reconnect with the outdoors, and add a little bit of adventure to your life, then river rafting might just be the answer. Before you grab a paddle and head out, though, the experts from our Idaho River Rafting Shuttles would like to offer some safety tips.
Submitted by Walter Whal on Wed, 05/18/2016 - 13:46
We know that etiquette is a complicated thing, often like its language--and that's just in your home town! As you travel, you'll find that the language of etiquette has many different dialects, and this is never more true than when it comes to tipping. You'll probably run into countless opportunities to leave a tip during your travels, and luckily, our Corporate Bus experts have seen a lot on their travels and know a thing or two about this unique "dialect" of etiquette.
Submitted by Walter Whal on Wed, 05/11/2016 - 14:26
In today's world, it can be difficult to keep up with all of the etiquette rules that we wordlessly demand from one another. Etiquette doesn't come with a word-for-word handbook, it isn't taught in school, and it changes depending on the location, the culture, the situation, and sometimes even the day. We all know how important these unspoken social rules are for smooth and efficient interaction; however, etiquette is like an ever-changing second language, and becoming fluent isn't as easy as all of those childhood where-are-your-manners lectures would have you believe.
Submitted by Walter Whal on Fri, 05/06/2016 - 08:40
Stop whatever you're doing right now and reflect on your average day. It probably looks similar to your neighbor's average day, and your friend's average day, and it probably looks a lot like your coworker's average day. We all get-up, we all eat, we all get dressed, we all go to work and school and the store, we all spend our day surrounded by brick buildings and concrete sidewalks and big black roads that suffocate the earth.
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.