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Preparing appliances for moving is very simple task, if it's done correctly. Some movers require that all major appliances are prepared before they arrive at your location and some will prepare major appliances for you.
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Welcome to Idaho

Idaho became the 43rd US state on July 3, 1890. It's located in the Pacific Northwest region of the US, and its residents are referred to as "Idahoans." Boise is the state's capital and largest city. The population of Idaho in 2013, according to the US Census Bureau, was nearly 1,600,000. After AZ, NV, FL, GA and UT, Idaho is the sixth fastest-growing state. In 2004-2005, Idaho came in third place after NV and AZ.

Idaho is nicknamed "The Gem State" because star garnets can be found there. In fact, Idaho is one of only two places in the entire world where they can be found, and most likely the only place in the world where six pointed star garnets are found. Esto Perpetua, or "Let it be forever," is the state's motto.

Six states border Idaho, including Washington, Oregon, Nevada, Utah, Montana and Wyoming. British Columbia, Canada also shares a small border with Idaho. The landscape in that area is rugged. Idaho contains some of the largest, natural unspoiled landscape in the entire country. It's a Rocky Mountain state, with snow capped mountains, vast lakes, steep canyons, and rapids. Snake River rushes down through Hells Canyon, which is the deepest canyon in the US. Shoshone Falls rushes down rugged cliffs from a greater height than even Niagara Falls!

Some of Idaho's major rivers include the Clark Ford and Pend Oreille River, the Snake River, the Salmon River, the Boise River, the Payette River, and the Clearwater River. The highest point in Idaho is Borah Peak, which stands at 12,662 feet. It's located north of Mackay in the Long River Range. The lowest point in the state is the area where the Snake River is joined by the Clearwater River in Lewiston. The most well known mountain range in Idaho is The Sawtooth Range.

Areas in southern Idaho, including Twin Falls and Boise, are located within the Mountain Time Zone. The Coeur d'Alene, Lewiston, Moscow, and Sandpoint, which are located north of the Salmon River, are located in the Pacific Time Zone.

It's interesting to note that humans may have had a presence in Idaho as early as 12,500 BC! Some artifacts that were excavated in the Wilson Butte Cave in 1959 are some of the oldest ever found in North America. These artifacts include arrowheads, and reveal that there may have been human activity as long as 14,500 years ago.

As for modern times, the Boise Metropolitan Area is the most populated area in Idaho. This area is known officially as the Boise - Nampa, Idaho Metropolitan Statistical Area. Other large metropolitan areas include Lewiston, Idaho Falls, Coeur d'Alene, and Pocatello. Nampa is the second largest city in the state, and in recent years has experienced a rather strong growth. According to recent census reports, it's estimated that Nampa has grown 22.1% of new residents between 2000-2003.

Idaho plays an important role in US agriculture. Food processing, machinery, lumber and wood products, paper products, chemical products, electronics manufacturing, and silver mining industries are very important in Idaho. Idaho is also known for its production and processing of cheese. The largest barrel cheese factory in the world is located in Gooding, Idaho.

State of Idaho

Quick Facts
11.5% of population is persons 65 years old and over.
7.7% of population is persons under 5 years old.
26.9% of population is persons under 18 years old.

Largest County by area is Idaho (8,485 square miles).
State of Idaho Official Website
Idaho Department of Motor Vehicles Telephone: 208-334-8000
Idaho Department of Education Telephone: 800-432-4601

Ten largest cities by population: Boise, Nampa, Pocatello, Idaho Falls, Meridian, Coeur d'Alene, Twin Falls, Caldwell, Lewiston, Rexburg.

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